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Reclamation - She Burns Again


In the mundane she finds the meaning of existence. Black water, metal, precious traces. She understands the necessary chemistry of body and soul. She is a poet, a catalyst, a muse, an artist. 62 more words


Faded Beauty: Reclamation Yard Treasures

On Saturday I took a trip to my local reclamation yard in search of some vintage treasures. I made my way along a country road and turned onto a dusty lane flagged on either side by overgrowing brambles and wild flowers.   634 more words


Song of Salvation

Sing Lord,
To make of me a song,
Rising on the wind,
Spreading through the land.

By the movement of Your tune,
I proclaim Your Love. 59 more words

All Things Catholic

Sticky toes and hiking sticks

The drive home yesterday afternoon was a race against the weather. A thunderstorm rolled in from the west, heavy with rain, wind and lightning.

I lost the race. 168 more words

Public Events

Inspirations for small gardens

My garden is the size of a postage stamp and when Wayfair asked me to take part in a garden project I was a little hesitant. 290 more words


Environmental Quandary

I am struck again by the apparently incompatible concept of man and nature. When we intrude into nature, do we decrease its nature-ness?

“But all conservation of wildness is self-defeating, for to cherish we must see and fondle, and when enough have seen and fondled, there is no wilderness left to cherish.” 715 more words


Boho vintage heaven in Oslo

What do you when you are a vintage obsessive and nowhere left to put anything? Buy another house and transform it into a pop up shop where everything except for the kitchen sink is for sale! 14 more words

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