A Capricorn Moon upon Gibran

Yesterday’s middle post, ‘Clouds and a Light Drizzle…’ linked at the end, has now been fixed to show featured image. I don’t think Gibran has had an actual moon on the blog, and unplanned by me the Lebanese Pitas were requested again, and I cooked the dinner again falling on the Capricorn moon of Gibran’s…… Continue reading A Capricorn Moon upon Gibran

Five Quotes from the Past That Feel True Now

I came across these in Google when I was looking for quotes during a moment of rest hours after I’d posted the photo and my words in the first post. There is so much that resonates with me in these in my own life and past. First quotes are by May Ziadeh 💕 When the…… Continue reading Five Quotes from the Past That Feel True Now

Resolution, Something That Scared Me, And The Moon I Greeted

Resolution It was a nice idea I had to not talk about my own thoughts or views today but it didn’t happen; no apologies, no one needed to hear and maybe I needed to say it, so I am not sorry about not keeping my plan, and I listened, which was more important to me…… Continue reading Resolution, Something That Scared Me, And The Moon I Greeted

The First Painted Fiction I Read and A Paintbrush to Hold

* Sometime in the night I opened my eyes a moment to a very big golden moon and so bright, better than the dreams I had that I don’t remember. The moon will be full in Capricorn and it is called the Strawberry moon among other names. And now onto the book review… I hadn’t…… Continue reading The First Painted Fiction I Read and A Paintbrush to Hold

Tapping The Book Closed But The Words Go On

May put me in a seaside poetry cove with her awhile and then she put the blush of dawn back into this blog. Today I finished translating into English and choosing the most fitting words for Flowers of a Dream by May Ziadeh (published under the penname, Isis Copia in 1911.) This project taught me…… Continue reading Tapping The Book Closed But The Words Go On

Letting In The Glow And Then The Moon Too

A WordPress Welcome Since I sailed away from Blogger Thursday night having safely gotten myself on solid ground as that ship was going down, I’d imported my posts to WordPress and left these words: ‘Be well, Blogger and farewell! I will remember our eleven years.’ And I have made a few changes to this blog…… Continue reading Letting In The Glow And Then The Moon Too

The Waves Rolled In…

This picture shows the copy I got from the library but it is on my wishlist as a book to keep. “The waves rolled in…and now come rushing in…with water luminescent as sea glass, stirring the far off, softest sand and what lies in between…”  This is not a quote from the book, but the start…… Continue reading The Waves Rolled In…

How The Sky Was Seen Then And The Sky Now

The first post today was “More Fairy Adventures.”I’m not actually going to throw this book out the window. But I will tell you about it. :)I have finished reading The Sky Atlas by Edward Brooke-Hitching, which is an overview of sky thoughts and observations beginning a bit prehistorically and mostly focusing on written records of astronomy starting…… Continue reading How The Sky Was Seen Then And The Sky Now

Sun and Moon

I’ve been catching the sun this morning,  or at least trying to Chinese New Year is this Friday, also known as Lunar New Year It was still sunny late afternoon,  rare sort of thing Wasn’t sure what to think It is a Capricorn moon  It has shut me up in a good way 🙂  I…… Continue reading Sun and Moon

Earth And Water

 Akaal by Ajeet Kaur (feat. Trevor Hall)An uplifting, meditative song including the singer from the previous post, Ajeet Kaur with a pleasant blend of genres and languages.Grass. Soil. Trees. Flowers. Mountains. Streams. Rivers. The Ocean. Lakes. Rain. Pisces. Scorpio. Cancer.Capricorn. Taurus. Virgo.*Courage isn’t the vanquishment or absence of anxiety, but the knowledge that something greater than fear…… Continue reading Earth And Water