Blue Skies and A Pathway thru a meadow

And So We Go On A Weekly Wear Out The Pop-Goes-The-Weasel Walk To Euston

Unfollowing we will go, unfollowing we will go, heigh ho, bye bye get lost, Unfollowing we will go. I know this stuff wasn’t around when you were alive… never-the-less… just imagine if could curate the news, get rid of the things you didn’t want to see, add things you do, simply and instantly. That is sort of, kind of social media in a nutshell. Basically, … Continue reading And So We Go On A Weekly Wear Out The Pop-Goes-The-Weasel Walk To Euston

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… and a 22nd: On Losing A Friend

Been raining since the dawn, as I began to hear the pitter patter of it outside my window, and so it rained all day. I find myself inside, admiring a refresh of the wee abode, with the harmonizing of my colour scheme and hence given me OOooooMmmmm moments of happiness as I pass through from room to room. Simple things, little things, but big things, … Continue reading … and a 22nd: On Losing A Friend

mirror and fred

To Be Fey And Shui

In response to The Weekly Photo Challenge | Mirror It’s a trend in gardening to create ‘fairy houses’, ‘fairy places’, and in general creating a sort of Tolkienesque shire-like space. Whilst playing with Feng Shui principals regarding directing energy within a space, and so I have begun to add mirrors to my garden. Beginning with these that Crossroad.Man gave me. A garden can create places … Continue reading To Be Fey And Shui

The Random Happiness Files ~/~ And Magic Happens

​ “Magic lies in between things, between the day and the night, between yellow and blue, between any two things.” ― Charles de Lint, The Onion Girl Enjoying a quiet Sunday, out on the stoop, and Irish wants to bark at some dog being walked way across the neighbouring parking lot some 500 or more feet. Woof. I sternly say NO. She stops. So, she … Continue reading The Random Happiness Files ~/~ And Magic Happens

Trails of Transformation

It stands on the edge of an area of London residents unlovingly once nicknamed “manure park”. This little pocket of paradise is a shining example of what can happen when people get together to turn things around. Euston Park is located in the ‘middle’ of the Coves Subwatershed. The 11-hectare site is a former municipal landfill and now exists as open space. Historical evidence indicates … Continue reading Trails of Transformation