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Only 25 miles from Dublin....

Is one of the world’s most important archeological landscapes.  It is important because man has been in this area for close to 6,000 years.  Can you imagine?   1,237 more words


# 1532 seize prompt: fire

winter solstice
Rose Hips and Ships play
fire gathering
promise of returning light
hot molten glass transformed
seize prompt: fire
photo: (2014) Saradunn


Close Encounters around Clonakilty

Four wells beckoned in the backhills around Clonakilty. Enlisting the help of my pal Finola of Roaringwater Journal fame, an expert navigator thankfully, we set off to explore, the day being bright and beautiful. 1,460 more words


Christmas in July

Preparing a Winter Solstice Celebration For Your Students

For many people, the idea of Christmas in July is something of a spoof or a stunt – stores have sales or bars have happy hour specials, that sort of thing. 1,521 more words


TLT Week 24: Midnight Sun and Polar Night

I feel like I’ve been groping around in the dark lately, searching for that spark of inspiration. It sometimes helps when I’m prompted to get the creative juices flowing again. 171 more words


Currently Reading: Winter Solstice by Rosamunde Pilcher

This is a strange time of year to be reading a wintery, Christmas book… but here is the backstory. I had a 2-hour drive to make this weekend, and wanted to try out an audiobook. 242 more words