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A game of three halves (3 of 3) - Steve Tanham

Continued from Part Two

So, this one day, considered in all its facets, resolves itself into a journey, a destination and an arrival – an arrival at a meeting with a French relative we have never met, and whose unlikely presence, here in the north-west corner of Wales, completes a cycle of mystery and loss lasting ninety-three years… 227 more words

Ancient Sites

A game of three halves (3 of 3)

Continued from Part Two

So, this one day, considered in all its facets, resolves itself into a journey, a destination and an arrival – an arrival at a meeting with a French relative we have never met, and whose unlikely presence, here in the north-west corner of Wales, completes a cycle of mystery and loss lasting ninety-three years… 1,188 more words

Consciousness

A game of three halves (2) - Steve Tanham

Reblogged from The Silent Eye:

It is, still, all of it, only one day…

Though now the winds that buffeted the bed-and-breakfast farmhouse have abated. I look at my watch. 332 more words

Ancient Sites

A game of three halves (2)

It is, still, all of it, only one day…

Though now the winds that buffeted the bed-and-breakfast farmhouse have abated. I look at my watch. We have two hours to go before we need to leave to drive across Anglesey to meet a young woman named Juliette, who holds the key to this entire story. 1,120 more words

Consciousness

St. Patrick in the Fall

Why not enjoy an Irish feast on an extremely hot September afternoon?

Braised Corned Beef: Purchased at Ream’s and prepared ala All Recipes.

Potatoes: plucked right out of the garden… 6 more words

September

Friday Fragmentia Sacra

Friday, the day after Thursday, generally falling before Saturday, and a mere two days before Sunday. Having now solidified my grasp of the obvious…

Fragmentia Sacra. 76 more words

Sacramental Living

Brehon Law: The Senchus Mór

The Senchus Mór, is the foundation text of the most sophisticated law tradition in Europe of a thousand years ago. The body of law as a whole is often called “Brehon Law” but is properly called Fenechus, which means “that which relates to the Feine” the free classes that formed the main body of Irish society. 283 more words

Brehon Law