Category Archives: Celtic symbols

Carpe diem…but do we?

This simple Latin phrase loosely means “seize the day.”  It doesn’t intend a violent type of seizure but more of an enthusiastic embrace.  The two words are part of a longer phrase given to us by Horace:  “Carpe diem quam … Continue reading

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When the going gets tough,

the tough lose 6 pounds and 6 inches in one week!!  It wasn’t even a full week, just 6 days. And then the tough have a little breakdown of will (a little stress eating) due to stress but it’s all good.  … Continue reading

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Celtic symbols, W.B. Yeats and my main character….

There’s an interesting trio for the subject of this blog post but you’ll see the post is about the concept of “three.”  The main character of The Quarry’s Child, Meg Riley, is an interesting individual.  Though much of her life was … Continue reading

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