Tag Archives: Things that make you go wow

French Quotes for Valentine’s Day !

Love is a canvas, furnished by nature and Embroidered by imagination. – Voltaire There is only one kind of love but there are a thousand different versions. – La Rochefoucauld

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A New Year and the latest Hits !

Looking forward to a year filled with all south England’s castles and a new chance to show you more castles in far flung places you’ve never heard of or seen ! This is going to be the best year ever … Continue reading

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Southern Somerset Strongholds and their Gardens

The sage enchanter Merlin’s subtle schemes; The feats of Arthur and his knightly peers; Of Arthur, who, to upper light restored, With that terrific sword Which yet he brandishes for future war, Shall lift his country’s fame above the polar … Continue reading

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Mother’s Needs

A mother needs faith. Genuine, hearty, loving trust in God, a life of meek, glad acquiescence in His will, and lived daily through years in the presence of children, is an immense power. They never can get away from the … Continue reading

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Maiglöckchen – Little Bells of May – Lily of the Valley – Muguet des Bois

Throughout Europe (and those who have propagated these little lovelies in the United States, in areas where wet springs prevail, normally), Lily of the Valley is enjoyed as a most marvelous addition to gardens or any rock garden they may … Continue reading

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Bath’s Battlements, Bishops and … Baths

Only a mutilated gateway survives from the medieval city wall which surrounded Bath and the Bishop’s Palace there but in the 18th century Bath became a fashionable spa town thanks to the promotions of Richard ‘Beau’ Nash. The Roman Baths … Continue reading

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The Door Leading to Mount Zion

I hope you’re having a blessed Easter and enjoying this time in remembrance of the resurrection of Jesus. Today I thought I’d present a small portion of John Bunyan‘s classic tale, The Pilgrim’s Progress, and hope you enjoy either the … Continue reading

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Veracity for Valentine’s Day

When people don’t feel loved or for some reason believe that they are unloved it is unlikely that you will find them able to love themselves or others. Because love is behavior, it can be learned but not if it … Continue reading

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Hits ! Posts ! Readers ! Castles !

Well, it’s been awhile since I’ve updated my reading public on my hits so I thought I’d share the latest relevant data…                  150,762 are my total hits for this blog as I write this  and                     I’ve posted more … Continue reading

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A Miraculous Birth

Christmas was begun with the birth of a baby into a Jewish family. The child was born in a stable. There could’ve been no humbler beginning. The child became a man who changed the world forever. Two candles start the … Continue reading

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