Tag: Lifestyle

Rayburn warmth

Rayburn warmth

Just taking a minute out from working on my crystal healing exam as I was just brimming with gratitude the warmth the freshly lit rayburn is affording me this chilly autumn morning. and also gratitude as we have at last built our six foot table […]

Birthdays like buses

Birthdays like buses

I have five wonderful grandchildren aged between six and fifteen and all their birthdays fall between September and January, two of the grandchildren recently moved house and came from London three hundred miles away to live around the corner from me and GD, but the […]

Gwithian

Gwithian

Sitting on my rock at the edge of the sea. With my seal friend for company. A brew on the cliff top as the sun begins to set. Perfect day.

An Honest Post

Hi everyone, it has been a few weeks since I have written anything for the blog, I have been writing lots and drawing lots, being much more creative than usual in my meditation journal,  positive, uplifting gratitudes, full of colour and life. But it has […]

Allotment Bounty

Allotment Bounty

This is our first year at our allotment and after all the hardwork GD and I put in over the autumn and winter months we are amazed at all the wonderful crops we are harvesting now and have been harvesting since the weather warmed up […]

Soul Trials

Soul Trials

This passage below, spoke to my soul today. “When we walk like (we are rushing), we print anxiety and sorrow on the earth. We have to walk in a way that we only print peace and serenity on the earth… Be aware of the contact […]

Mazey Day fireworks Penzance

Mazey Day fireworks Penzance

What’s it all about? In the late 1800s, Golowan was one of the last surviving midsummer festivals practiced in Cornwall. Traditionally, blazing tar barrels were paraded around the town’s streets and bonfires were lit on the surrounding hills which could be seen all around Mounts […]

Summer Solstice Sunset, Kayak on the Water

Summer Solstice Sunset, Kayak on the Water

GD and I took the kayak out to watch the sunset on solstice evening. Julian and Jazz on their Fat yaks, us on the seadoo. Setting out by Godrevy Lighthouse. The sun going down. Just beautiful. We stayed on the water until the sun had […]

The Standing Stones of Pendarves Quoit

The Standing Stones of Pendarves Quoit

Quoit -meaning the flat covering stone of a dolmen. Dolmen- meaning a type of single megalithic tomb with a large flat stone laid on upright ones. Most date from the early Neolithic (4000–3000 BC) as does the one at Pendarves near Camborne Cornwall. The word Dol-men originates […]

Our first allotment produce

Our first allotment produce

Look what we dug up today ! our very first allotment produce. First Early Charlotte spuds. This was from five seed potatoes and i’m not sure if this a good haul or not, but its our haul and all organic. I don’t have lots of […]