Tales of the Tuatha (Chapter 15 of the keep it sweet and short tales)

The Butterfly’s dew drop Niamh made her way carefully through the tree cavern in the direction where she had seen the swan on the lagoon. Water was flowing swiftly beside her.  She thought she heard the wail… Continue reading

fare la passaggiata

Two views of sunset on the Selkirk Estuary, a walk in a wonderful place between two hillsides called Mystic Vale, and the old farmhouse across the street from where I live. When I… Continue reading

Beautiful British Columbia ( forgive a little tourism post!)

I enjoy looking at photos from around the world, dreaming of travel, so I thought I would post a few photos of my beautiful Canadian province on the west coast of Canada. I… Continue reading

A delightful honour

  I just had to let all my friends on WordPress know that I am the guest story teller on SarahPotterWrites!!  Sarah Potter lives in England. She is a poet and author of  speculative fiction… Continue reading

I dreamed a dream

Cee Neuner’s Flower challenge Flowers are not my forte, as I’m told most of my photos are pleasantly gothic and moody!  but occasionally I do take a  flower photo I like.   Considering… Continue reading

Monochrome is magic

“What hurts you, blesses you. Darkness isyour candle. Your boundaries are your quest”– Rumi Who would ever think that the absence of colour could tell such stories! I have submitted On the Estuary for… Continue reading

Tales of the Tuatha ( chapter 14 of the keep it sweet and short tales)

The Tree Dragon’s Eye The sky kept changing, changing! Was Aine angry with her? The tree dragon menaced.  “Well!” he demanded, “what of my payment?” Looking up, she saw a single shining sphere gazing… Continue reading

gratitude and old farmhouses

There are a thousand ways to kneel and kiss the earth. ~Rumi I much appreciated that Michelle at  WordPress  Hot off the Press   in”Around the World in Ten Photos” included my “Lagoon of… Continue reading

Tea time at the castle (and a little local history)

“No one knows what makes the soul wake up so happy! Maybe a dawn breeze has blown the veil from the face of God.“- Rumi This castle was  built in 1906-07 by the… Continue reading

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