Category Archives: Literature

“Above all, be alone with it all, a hiving off, a corner of silence amidst the noise, refuse to talk even to yourself, and stay in this place until the current of the story is strong enough to float you out.” Excerpt from “Coleman’s Bed” by David Whyte Very few days afford me any sort […]

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  Hear the Voice Here the voice of the Bard, Who present, past and future, sees; Whose ears have heard The Holy Word That walk’d among the ancient trees; Calling the lapséd soul, And weeping in the evening dew; That might control The starry pole, And fallen, fallen light renew! O Earth, O Earth, return! […]

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♥ Our dry earth is welcoming our first spring rain.. I imagine it greedy, gulping it down like my dog slurps water from her bowl. As long as these drops don’t turn into something flaky and white, it’s welcome to stay. ♥ You know you’re a gardener when you are always looking for ways to […]

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I have this crazy love for quotes.. their implicit meaning speaks to my heart… Sometimes this world seems too graphic, too literal, too loud.. Let’s steal away a little time for just ourselves, shall we.. just a smidgen, a sliver of quiet.. to peak beneath the surface of our everyday selves and discover the nuances of how we […]

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“And I had but one penny in the world. Thou should’st have it to buy gingerbread.” – William Shakespeare, Love’s Labours Lost A few of my favourite things are on one of my “breakfast in bed” trays this morning.. Let’s begin with this Gingerbread Latte made with homemade gingerbread syrup.. comfort and joy in a cup .. better […]

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