Simple Joys: Little Lines on Wednesdays


‘I draw my eyes back to a time, Of books, of silence, of pleasure, These are a simple joys, yet so fine, To them I drift whenever at leisure. ‘ ~Elizabeth Baillie (from ‘Star’s Walk’)

Prize


All hope is not lost, the sun will rise again, in the morning, a golden path across the wailing storm. The gleam is blinding in it’s brilliant glory, but we shall be given new eyes, to see the prize beyond the rays. Take my hand and we’ll go together, I wish to also see His…

Chrystal Heart


Gently move in the company of friends, you are living tossing in a sea of glass your temper is like chrystal but have care! one false move and your heart may break. ~Elizabeth Baillie Have some feedback for me?  Tell me here or in comments!  

Every Nation, Every Tribe, Every Tongue


Every Nation, Every Tribe, Every Tongue On this day We gather together, Millions upon millions Of chosen ones, The saints of today And, for some The martyrs of tomorrow. On the Lord’s Holy Day We gather together As one From every corner of The globe. Though we do not Greet eachother in body, We are…

Jane Bennet Hairstyle Tutorial: From Locks of Elegance


This is a tutorial for a regency hairstyle that was inspired by Jane Bennet’s hair in the 1995 Pride and Prejudice BBC mini series. Enjoy! Let’s begin. Step one ~ Part the front section of your hair beginning from behind your ears to the top of your head on both sides, then tie them out…

Like Summer Skies: Little Lines on Wednesdays


Hi Everybody! I have decided to post “Little Lines” on Wednesdays!  These peices of poetry will be written by other poets also…not just me (:  Here is one of my favourites. ~Elizabeth Baillie Have a little line to share?  Post it in comments! ‘My heart has been like summer skies, When they are fair to…

A New Interest


Lately I have become very interested in hairstyles from the Regency period (you may have noticed…), and I am going to try and incorporate more historical hairstyle tutorial on my blog soon (sorry gentleman, but don’t worry, there’ll still be plenty of poetry).   So, my point in telling you this is two things: one,…