Here’s a great post from Anne which reminds us that no matter what our struggle there are others struggling too but if we try we can help each other and make it through.

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February 2018 Monthly Astro Forecast 

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AUTHOR’S CORNER: Wanda’s Whimsical Wall of Book Characters

This, campbellsworld visitors is a wonderful post!

Click on over and see what Award-Winning Author Wanda Luthman has been up to.


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AUTHOR’S CORNER: That’s Amore #Monday Musical Memories

Good morning again everyone.

Here’s Abbie Johnson Taylor with her Musical Monday Memory.


If you’re hungry wait until you’re not to read this.

Abbie warned me of this last week when sharing with our writers’ group, I didn’t listen and then I wanted Pizza all day!


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FROM RECOVERING THE SELF A JOURNAL OF HOPE AND HEALING: What Is Distemper In Dogs and How Can You Prevent It #Dog#Health#Care



RTS Editor just published a new post named What Is Distemper in Dogs and How Can You Prevent It?. You can view the full article here:


What Is Distemper in Dogs and How Can You Prevent It?

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Of course, as long as you’ve read the article, your comments are welcome here too. I always enjoy hearing from readers so that I know what is enjoyed and what can be improved upon.

Thanks for dropping into campbellsworld today and please come back soon. You just never know what we might get up to.


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Read GrannyMoon’s Weekly Feast 13-20 Oct 2019!

Another fabulous Feast

GrannyMoon's Morning Feast


The Season of the Witch!

Blessed be my little witch. To those who came before and those who will come after, know that the Goddess is with you always. Thank you all my dear readers…be blessed. ~GrannyMoon

The NEW MOON always rises at sunrise
And the FIRST QUARTER at noon.
The FULL MOON always rises at sunset
And the LAST QUARTER at midnight.
~The New Orleans Mistic


Dark Moon — Time to Rest
New Moon — Time to Begin New Projects; Birth; Attraction
Waxing Moon — Time to Grow; Increase
Full Moon — Time to be Fulfilled; Abundance
Waning Moon — Time to Banish; Decrease
Last Sliver of Moon — Time to Die; Letting Go
Dark Moon — Time to Rest Again

Light A Candle Today!
In many different traditions lighting a candle is a sacred action. It expresses more than words can express. It has to…

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World on Fire (Lost Boys)

So much truth here.

Daniel Swearingen

We part the veil on a killing sun. Stray from the straight line on this short run. The more we take, the less we become.” – Sarah McLachlan & Pierre Marchand

For I knew in this world of fire it was my destiny……Still the “world was on fire and it was more than I could handle.” *

The phantoms accompanied me through the real forest to the line of demarcation, that which divides the body from the craving. They were muses, if not daemons, and at times they settled upon my skin as if to travel there.  They thought my soul a rest from the long smoke-filled pathway. We walked on to find the shroud. That veil which separates life from the world on fire, and hurls the soul into the blue forest. They whispered that they had been “Lost Boys” too. Unbound in other creations…

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Sacred Tree Profile: Chestnut’s Magic, Medicine, Mythology and Meaning (Castanea dentata)

So glad I took the time to read this.

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Basket of abundant chestnuts!

Just a few weeks ago, I went and checked the local chestnut trees that are in a field near where I live.  Ever since I moved to the new homestead, I have been eagerly visiting these trees.  Last year, they dropped plenty of husks but with only shriveled nuts inside. This year, I was extraordinarily pleased to find that both trees had produced a bumper crop of the delicious nuts–some almost 2″ across, but most smaller, almost all worm-free, and delicious. I eagerly filled my basket with the nuts, stepping carefully around the extremely prickly husks.  I sat with each of the trees and we conversed as I harvested the nuts. I took home 25 lbs of nuts that day, and these nuts will sustain myself, my geese (who love them), and my friends and family for many a Samhain, Thanksgiving, and Yule feast!  Chestnut trees…

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The Execution of Lady Jane Grey

Horrible but true.


In all the bloody legacies of the Tudor family, perhaps there is none quite so tragic as the death of sixteen year old Lady Jane Grey. Also known as the “Nine Days Queen” the shy reluctant Jane ruled England for exactly nine days before she was jailed and eventually executed.

Jane Grey was born on this day, October 13, 1537 in Bradgate Park, England. It was her great misfortune to have been born into a faction of the Tudor dynasty. Jane was the great-granddaughter of Henry VII through his younger daughter Mary. This made her  first cousin once removed to King Edward VI, son of Henry VIII.

Sins of the Father

Those of you that know Tudor history might remember Henry VIII’s nearly impossible quest to bear a son. After blowing through two marriages, Henry finally wed queen’s maid Jane Seymour who bore him their son Edward. (Jane died in childbirth, and Henry…

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