Getting to Know You – What’s Your Sign? — Smorgasbord Blog Magazine (Reblog)

Originally posted on Jessica Bakkers: We start to get to know one another pretty well here in our little community. We share stories that come from the heart, putting our purest, deepest selves down on “paper”. But there are probably some basic things about each other that we?don’t?know – the sorts of things we’d probably…

Getting to Know You – What’s Your Sign? — Smorgasbord Blog Magazine

*Zodiac colouring book — would I find it relaxing?

Share Three Somethings – October — Meditations in Motion (Reblog)

Yes, I know the format for this post is supposed to include four somethings. I will explain later why I only have three to share this month (and maybe for several months to come). Something Loved   My oldest grandson is currently attending school  in-person two days a week because of restrictions due to the […]

Share Three Somethings – October — Meditations in Motion

Moon of the Yellowing Leaves — tanja britton (Reblog)

Some days assume an ethereal quality during the living, and October 1 was just such a day. In search of fall colors, my husband and I traveled to Mueller State Park in neighboring Teller County, about 30 miles (48 Km) west of Colorado Springs. 9 o’clock in the morning found the thermometer flirting with a […]

Moon of the Yellowing Leaves — tanja britton

*Fall or autumn colours are beautiful in many ways.

Dry Seasons in October – A Poem — Suzette B’s Blog (Reblog)

Two dry seasons perch in October’s shade On one sphere birds flap wing thermometers Gliding aloft into dry season’s thermal fevers, Where armored brisk winds, in dust battalions Sandblast leftover leaves from tropical squadrons. While elsewhere, October winds sail leaf armadas Carrying moisture in gusts, home to Amazonia. Nature relaxes in the seasonal embers of […]

Dry Seasons in October – A Poem — Suzette B’s Blog

Astrology Has an Interesting History — Class Warfare Blog (Reblog)

Astrology goes way back so I assume it has a pre-history (going back 6000+ years or so) but there is little we can learn about such beliefs before there were written records of what they were. In any case we can learn two things from this long-standing belief. For one, people looked up and studied […]

Astrology Has an Interesting History — Class Warfare Blog

Keto Egg Wraps with Spinach, Avocado, & Bacon — Haphazard Homemaker (Reblog)

Perfect for breakfast or lunch, these easy egg wraps are filled with a tasty combination of spinach, avocado and bacon, plus they can be filled with all sorts of keto-friendly fillings for a change of flavors. Keto Egg Wraps with Spinach, Avocado, & Bacon Printable recipe Prep 10 minutes, Cook 15 minutes, Serves 4 Ingredients: […]

Keto Egg Wraps with Spinach, Avocado, & Bacon — Haphazard Homemaker

*More about the Keto diet.

Top 5 Reasons to Migrate to Australia — Delusional Bubble (Reblog)

Australia has always been among the best countries to live, for countless reasons. This country has a lot of treasures in it that make it worth moving there. In case you’re already thinking about migrating to Australia but still hesitant about things like your family’s future in Australia or quality of life in Australia, read […]

Top 5 Reasons to Migrate to Australia — Delusional Bubble

*Let’s hope we can visit wonderful places like Australia freely again soon.

The “Council of Ancestors” theory of Stonehenge. (Reblog)

Stonehenge was the epitome of a belief system that spanned millennia. To understand the monument we have to look at it through prehistoric eyes. (…

The “Council of Ancestors” theory of Stonehenge.

Daily Kind Quote — Share Your Light (Reblog)

Visit my Zazzle Shop and get inspired by lots of daily items or gift ideas designed with my quotes! In Love and Light

Daily Kind Quote — Share Your Light

*Yes, visit this shop. Here’s an another inspiring gift.

10 Popular YA Novels I’ve Never Read (Reblog)

The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chboksy I’m not entirely even sure what this book is about. I think it’s a coming-of-age story? And they …

10 Popular YA Novels I’ve Never Read

Copyright Francis Barker 2020

Oh, no you won’t: A quick history of the British panto — Notes from the U.K. (Reblog)

Nothing except the curry is as British as the panto.  I’ve made that claim about a lot of things, and it’s true of every last one of them. And I didn’t even make up the comparison, so lots of people have made the claim about lots of things. Nothing is as unoriginal as comparing an […]

Oh, no you won’t: A quick history of the British panto — Notes from the U.K.

*Reblogged by Francis Barker 2020 — Creator: blogger, writer, poet, artist, astrologer