Monthly Archives: July 2018

A Thousand Miles of History XIII: A toe in the water

Originally posted on Sue Vincent's Daily Echo:
The legendary land of Lyonesse lies off the uttermost point of Britain. It is told that the people of that land were tall and fair, beautiful to behold, wise and learned. At…

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Song Lyric Sunday: Sound of Music Medley

Originally posted on My Corner:
If you would like to participate in the Sunday song lyric tradition started by Helen Vahdati, click here for guidelines. Today, I’m giving you a four-for-one special. A couple of days ago, I performed this…

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Hello to all. I hope all are well on this beautiful Sunday. We’ve our windows open letting in some unusually cool weather for this time of year. Of late the mornings and evenings here have been cool and comfortable and … Continue reading

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Patty’s Pick

Originally posted on Rainne's Ramblings:
Campbells World Patty and I have chosen this super article by Phyllis Campbell, featuring an interview with David Feucheux from Louisiana. David is a reader of a column that Phyllis writes for THE BLIND…

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A visit to spiral castle…

Originally posted on Stuart France:
* Although we didn’t know it at the time, Ballowal Barrow is a ‘Faery-Fort’. It is situated close to a now disused tin-mine and miners, during the late nineteenth century, upon finishing their night shift,…

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June’s Wallet

Originally posted on Jewniquely Myself:
smooth leather in my palm simple to open easily Unfolds pocket for cards realtor who sold her dream house worker discounts for Penney’s and Dillard’s two photos youngest son in uniform granddaughter’s sorority house no…

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An Extract from Lord of the Elements ~ G. Michael Vasey

Originally posted on Sue Vincent's Daily Echo:
Reblogged from The Magical World of G. Michael Vasey: No one objected and so they switched off the lights. It took a while for eyes to accustom themselves to the darkness and…

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