Tag Archive: history

The Ruler of the Sky

  Long after my Dad had traveled to Egypt and after we had the opportunity to visit and view the tomb goods of Tutanhkamun,  The  Mysteries of Egypt (Time of the Pharaohs) has traveled to… Continue reading

I hear there was a secret chord

“that David played and it pleased the Lord” Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah beautifully sung by an eight year old girl Greetings ! The end of the year is fast approaching. All life is clouded… Continue reading

Monochrome Madness 4-2- Movement

Visit Leanne Cole’s Monochrome Madness Gallery (May 3)~ My submission is The Windy Wicklow Way In the Wicklow Mountains at Glendalough there is the site of an ancient monastery founded by St. Kevin in the sixth… Continue reading

One hundred years ago

Canadiana: Vimy Ridge – April 9-April 12, 1917 The new Dominion of Canada showed their courage and strength during this defining battle of “The Great War.” There were over 10,000 casualties. My father was born… Continue reading

walking in the footsteps of mother

a rather longer post for me but I think you might find some of it interesting!!! While out walking, like many of us, I tend to ponder and reflect. Below is the path I sent… Continue reading

Xristos Anesti- Happy Easter to all

This little fellow leaves us coloured eggs and jelly beans. You know enough not to eat the black ones he leaves, right? 😀 In pagan times they celebrated the spring equinox and the Northern… Continue reading

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  • the worlds of imagination

    the creations and builds of virtual worlds are worthy of exploration too. One of my top adventures and stories has been Rand Miller’s and Cyan’s Myst series and the online caverns of Uru which is a spin off of Myst.