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Looking for a lovely, small pair of Celtic earrings? These are perfect!View full article →
Cloud Dragon Refillable Pocket Notebook! http://ss1.us/a/2t1c41DI
The history of this original Oberon Design image dates from 2012 when it was created to celebrate The Year of the Dragon which does not occur again in Chinese astrology until 2024!View full article →
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Make sure the last of the hummingbirds in your garden are well fed for their upcoming migration! If a hummingbird is required to migrate due to weather conditions they may travel nonstop up to 500 miles, which takes 18-22 hours depending on the weather. They do not migrate in flocks so often this is a solitary journey. Wish them well!View full article →
Book Review: The Light Between Oceans by M.L. Stedman
The story of a childless couple that keep an infant that doesn’t belong to them.
Now a new motion picture starring Michael Fassbender
THE WEEKLY SURPRISE! 15 % off Oak Leaf Necklace and Earrings. View here:View full article →
Stories about People, Places and the Planet! The fantastical underwater worlds of Mexico’s Mayan cenotes. http://ss1.us/a/7w5MlR4mView full article →
Richard Nathaniel Wright (September 1908 – November, 1960) was, in his time, a controversial writer, best known for his novel Native Son, published in 1940. It tells the story of Bigger Thomas, a young man growing up in poverty on Chicago’s South Side. After carrying the drunk white daughter of his liberal employers to her bedroom after chauffeuring her for the evening, he panics and suffocates her with a pillow, terrified of discovery when her blind mother enters the room. Of the novel, Wright said “I swore to myself that if I ever wrote another book, no one would weep over it; that it would be so hard and deep that they would have to face it without the consolation of tears. Native Son was dramatized for the theatre in 1941 with Orson Welles as director. In 1946 Wright moved to Paris after suffering one to many humiliations regarding his interracial marriage, becoming a citizen in 1947. A permanent expatriate he enjoyed friendships with Jean-Paul Sartre and Albert Camus. After coming under their influence he wrote his Existentialist novel The Outsider.
Wright, considered to be the most influential African-American writer of the twentieth century, in particular on race relations, was born on a Mississippi plantation, all four of his grandparents had been slaves. His childhood was a hellish experience of displacement, starvation, violence and neglect. He enjoyed little schooling and never finished high school. A life long radical political activist and essayist, global traveler, and poet, Wright wrote over 4,000 poems in the Haiku form, he died young at the age of 52 from complications of reoccurring amoebic dysentery contracted in Africa. His books are still being read today as Americans come to terms with issues of racism and apartheid.View full article →
TEASER! We will be sending out a an email blast on Thursday! In it we will be offering 6, one of a kind, Everyday Totes constructed from Navy colored waxed canvas. This is a one time offer and each of the 6 totes is offered in a different image and color combination. They are: Navajo blanket in Wine, Tree of Life in Saddle, Hummingbird in Red, Dragonfly Pond in Fern, Hokusai Wave in Navy, and Van Gogh Sky in Marigold.
One per customer, these totes will go live at 4 P.M. California time on this Thursday, September 22nd. Good Hunting!View full article →
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Ancient Celts were known for elaborate, long hair styles for both genders. In fact Romans referred to Celts as "Gallia Comata" or long-haired Gaul. Warriors commonly used a paste of lime and water that was used to sculpt hair into unusual mane-like shapes and spikes. Men and women also braided and decorated their hair with small ornaments.View full article →
THE WEEKLY SURPRISE! 15% off our Celtic Diamond journal in large or small sizes. Offer is good through Sept. 25th, 2016. View here: http://ss1.us/a/MLXVkj9bView full article →