After a long winter, I felt inspired to start writing again, today, on the first day of spring, the Celtic festival of Imbolc. I look out at the Daffodils, Hyacinths and other spring flowers on my balcony, the catkins or 'lambs tails' on the Hazel trees and the first green shoots in the garden below … Continue reading Celebrating Imbolc, The Start of Spring, The Day of The Goddess Brigit in All Her Forms
Last Sunday, I went foraging in the lush wild meadow that runs along the side of Lough Atalia, the small lake that runs to the sea in Galway harbour. It was a stunning day, I felt almost light headed with the scent of wild flowers, fresh running water and the earth warmed by the heat … Continue reading Foraging on the Banks of Lough Atalia in Galway, How to make Honeysuckle Ice Cream and other Nectar of the Gods
Since I started taking action to live in a more sustainable eco-friendly manner, I have become astonished at the cumulative, domino effect of change. The more I changed how I lived my life from simple things like buying bamboo toothbrushes instead of plastic to learning new skills from preserving seasonal food to making my own … Continue reading Soul Space, Transform your Home, Transform Your Life, Creating Your Own Eco – Sanctuary, One Drawer at a Time!
In my dreams, I catch glimpses of her, always just out of sight. At times, when the wind blows gently across the fields, across the wild grasses in my garden and across my bare skin, I can feel her presence. Her voice can be heard in the rain falling on the slate tiles, the clap … Continue reading Galway Girl seeks Goddess (Fighting Terrorism one Heart at a Time)
Dear Reader, I hope you are well since my last post? Things continue to disintegrate on a world wide scale, our world has never been in as much danger as it is now. With many major countries building up their stock of nuclear arms and conducting tests of these weapons of mass destruction, we are … Continue reading The Heart of a Child