Faodail

Time again for our Ineffable Wanderlust blog circle post, this month the word was Faodail which quite simply means, a lucky find. More often than not, my lucky finds can be found on gumtree but recently on a journey through the countryside whilst taking my daughters back to school, I was greeted with a wonderful…

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Hiraeth

Time again for another blog post from the Ineffabble Wanderlust blog circle. This month’s word is Hiraeth, which is a welsh word that is a feeling of homesickness or longing for a place you can’t return to or that never was. Now although there is no english equivalent to this word, I wish there was…

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Mellifluous

I can hardly believe it’s time for another blog circle post it seems to have come around in a heartbeat probably because of it being April, it’s been a busy month with Easter break and all the new and exciting things happening around the garden here at my place, so it has really sat in…

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Uitwaaien

So it’s time again for another installment of our monthly blog circle. I have no idea where the month of March went, it barely seems like yesterday that I posted last month’s word but here we are and this month was a interesting one and I have taken some long and beautiful walks around the…

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Meraki

It’s time for the next installment of our blog circle and this months word was Meraki, which means to do something with soul, creativity or love; when you leave a piece of yourself in your work. When I first read it I was like, wow! This one may be hard, so because I couldn’t decide…

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