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Rosslyn Chapel “A Sacred Space”

Every door has a mystical energy that calls to us, beckoning us to enter the unknown.   Rosslyn Chapel was steeped in folklore and legend of the Orkney Islands and Norway, long before Dan Brown brought us the Da Vinci Code. Situated in the pristine beauty of rural Midlothian, Rosslyn Chapel was founded in 1446 […]

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A Walk in Emily Carr’s Garden

Dan Antion from No Facilities blog has an open invitation to participate in Thursday Doors, a weekly feature allowing door lovers to come together to admire and share their favorite door photos from around the world. Feel free to join in on the fun by creating your own Thursday Doors post. For more information, connect […]

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Welcoming 2022 With Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Happy New Year! I love beginnings, a fresh start, a new adventure and promises of open roads and opportunities. Energy, anticipation, and hope are all wrapped up in “firsts.” Oh, the rush of adrenaline as we race into the future. I am thankful that we begin each new year in the winter season. I seek […]

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Stephen Humphreys Reads A Christmas Carol

December 19, 1843 was the day when Christmas was given a gift that continues to keep on giving.   “A Christmas Carol” by Charles Dickens was published in London by Chapman and Hall.  To be clear, others had written stories and poems about Christmas, but “A Christmas Carol” was different; for in those marvelous staves, Charles […]