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from BuzzFeed

32 Of The Most Beautiful Words In The English Language

I never knew that there was a word that covered the meaning of what I've always felt in my heart. I wonder if we could expand it a little bit to make it mean "a home that'll never exist"? Because then it may be linked to traveling.

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from HubPages

How to Get more Traffic in your Blog? The Bloggers Hacks of 2016.

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from the Guardian

Snow and freezing weather hits UK

A soldier of the Scots Guards peers out of his sentry box to the snow at St James's Palace in London

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from Lavender and Lovage

Nursery Puddings, Slow Sunday and Old Fashioned Baked Rice Pudding

Nursery Puddings, Slow Sunday  and  Old Fashioned Baked Rice Pudding  Slow Sunday today this week takes me back to the old fashioned nursery puddings of my childhood; sometimes a pudding was the main meal and the “afters” as we called them, was maybe a slice of bread and jam or just bread and butter. In... Read More »

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from Natural Kitchen Adventures

Bara Brith a Welsh Tea Loaf (Gluten Free)

Bara Brith, a Welsh Fruit Tea Loaf {Gluten Free} | Gluten free Bara Brith, an adaptation of a traditional Welsh recipe for tea loaf, translated as speckled bread! @cerikitchen

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from walesonline

15 of the most beautiful lines ever written in Welsh

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from walesonline

18 (more) things English people won't know unless they've lived in Wales

There it is! Ychafi!!! - 18 (more) things English people won't know unless they've lived in Wales - Wales Online...spotted the spelling mistake yet?

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from Lola's Curmudgeonly Musings about Life, Love & Other Trifles

“I felt my lungs inflate with the onrush of scenery; air, mountains, trees, people. I thought, ‘This is what it is to be happy.’” ~ Sylvia Plath, from The Bell Jar

cynefin: A Welsh word for a place where a being feels it ought to live. It is where nature around you feels right and welcoming.

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