An Archaeologist Unearths the Divine Feminine
Ah, who knows? Mystery and adventure perhaps.
Loree has such a romantic heart!Sis, I love how you reach into your imagination to pull out a place that defies the one in which you momentarily find yourself. It's a sort of conjuring.
You make me want to go to Greece. I followed a blog from Oia on Santorini. Perhaps one day.
Donna, This photo was taken on Santorini - I do hope you are able to visit some day as it is unforgettable.
You have a magic carpet imagination, Amanda, a gift as swell as the ability to step into Hemingway in Paris . I wish Greece for you soon. Lovekj
Hemingway's tall cotton but thank you for the compliment! My connection to Greece seems rooted in many past lives, and I'm hoping to return this year~
Only the world my friend.
True that, Rubye...
exactly, not only to dream about it but become also some preparations:)
And you lucky lady will be doing just that soon - I look forward to posts about Skiathos!
I long to dip my toes, and more, in some warm salt seas.
Follow wherever the red gate leads, unless it's over a cliff!Blessings and Bear hugs.
Haha - actually it does lead over a cliff!! The photo was taken on Santorini where the houses are built into the edge of an ancient volcanic crater!
Thank you for visiting♡