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Welcome Fae Folk, The fog is rising in the fields.  We have just had a week or 2 of  unseasonably hot weather.  This morning, it's a little cooler so I'm wearing an old camping sweater, sipping some tea with a beeswax candle lit.  The mosquitoes are just beginning to emerge from wherever they come from, … Continue reading Blue Jays and Fairy Doorways

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  Greetings Friends! Today, it's drizzling with a cold North-West wind.  The rain is pelting down, so I'm sitting with the fire, a cat sprawled on his back and a sleepy pup.  Although it's May, I'm content to be by the fire while the rain transforms our brown and barren landscape. We should really celebrate … Continue reading Flower Moon

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Oh dear friends, I hope you are well!  Our reality has been shattered over the course of the past month.  A reality that so many of us had been living as if drifting through a dream.   Glued to smart phones, taking simple liberties for granted. Now in the face of a pandemic, what really matters … Continue reading Quarantine Moon 🌕

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  Good afternoon Earthly creatures! I hope we are all well on this elusive February 29th! It's overcast on the island, the thick blanket of snow is coated in ice, making walking a treacherous endeavour.    The days are growing so much longer and I am over joyed with the thought of moss beginning to … Continue reading Leap Year

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  Greetings Earthlings! Ah Sunday.... It's pouring rain here at the moment.  I'm sitting cross legged on a sheep skin by the fire.  Henry is soaking wet and curled up beside me.  In fact, I'm also soaking and have even stripped my leggings to just have my bare legs by the flames. This morning, Jamie … Continue reading Lunar Year

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"Come, ye cold winds, at January's call, On whistling wings, and with white flakes bestrew The earth." -  John Ruskin   January! One of my beloved months.  For its stillness, thick blankets of snow, snow storms, crystal clear night skies and lengthening days.  January exists in my memory as a dream, shrouded in a haze once … Continue reading January’s Beginning