reaching from the Earth
your purple flowers calling
to the sun and me
life happens . . .
Noreen Crone-Findlay talks about the crafts she loves with her friend, Tottie Tomato. They'll be sharing tutorials, how to's and step by steps for spool knitting, crochet, doll making, small loom weaving, wood working, paper crafts and all manner of other fun crafts. This is a family friendly blog.
Random musings, observations and thoughts from inside a VW camper van.
Poetry. Art. Book Reviews.
a forum for the study of the materialism and ontology of finance
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Observations and views from a different set of eyes
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Poetry ~ Waka
Carpe Diem's Tanka Splendor is part of the Carpe Diem Haiku Family. It's a weekly tanka-meme in which you can write and share tanka inspired on a given prompt every Saturday (mostlty, sometimes it will be on another day).
Haiku inspired (mostly) by my walks in and around Eastbourne
Often rough and filled with switchbacks, the road this child of God is traveling Home.
About fantastical places and other stuff
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Who, What, When, Where, How & Why
Mindful parenting and modern pagan lifestyle.
Ooh, pretty! Hi Bastet!
Hi Papi Z! So nice to hear from you! Glad you liked my photo.
Of course I liked it! You did it! 😀 Have a great day, it is sleepy time here. Catch ya later!
Wow…wish everyone thought my stuff was good just ’cause I did it! 😀 You have a good night’s rest and thanks for passing by!
So beautiful. Love it! 🙂
Love morning glories, hard to find them around here so I took a couple of shots the other day!
Pretty Morning glory………….
What a fantastic picture
Morning Glory – used to have many in my garden once – now I live in an apartment – but they do remind me of my youth
Mine too, my mother used to grow them on a trellis on our front porch.
This works so beautifully. MOST inspiring 😀
Thanks…love morning glories!