Reaching for someone lost is like the sensation in your dreams when all of a sudden you become aware that you don’t recognise where you are. Like the nature of your reality is suddenly entirely alien. You hold your hand out, call out, look out over the garden, expecting a space to be filled, an… Continue reading Phantom.
When you think of folklore, what comes to mind? Maybe fairytales, maybe the folklore of the Celtic peoples, maybe old Norse. There’s a folklore or mythology for every historical culture and society you can think to name, but what about now? For a time it seemed like we had lost our need for the stories… Continue reading Thank Folk: The Ressurgence Of Our Need For The Occult And Folklore.
We've entered November, it's come around quickly and I hope everyone managed to appreciate Autumn as much as I did. I thought I'd do a post with a few tips and musings that I find helpful when considering this transition to the darker months and the run up to one of the best times of… Continue reading Bidding farewell to Autumn days, the harvest and saying hello to dark fresh nights and the end of the year.
Just over a month ago, myself and my partner brought home our first child!!! As you may have guessed this child is a kitten. Unfortunatley the process of us actually getting our kitten was stressful to say the least so in an effort to not dwell on the negative I thought I’d get it out… Continue reading Getting A Kitten: The Story of Floki.
After visiting Edinburgh last year and Budapest the year before that - both for Jordan’s (my partner) birthday- in November we both decided we fancied a break when it wasn’t quite so cold. For April we flitted over Amsterdam, Oslo and even Rome but decided on Berlin, a city just as rich in culture as… Continue reading A Break In Another City Beginning With ‘B’: Berlin.