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Although it’s May 2nd, I would like to wish you a blessed Beltane, with a prayer that your Bel fire burns bright to guide magical wonders your way. I celebrated Beltane by sitting on the retaining wall to savor a … Continue reading
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It’s dusk and the geese have come in for some bread, along with the pair of mallards that I’ve adopted. The drake and his mate have been coming for the past three weeks, getting bolder with every passing day. This … Continue reading