Tag Archives: Simone Lipscomb

An Fharraige

Before breakfast I walked to the Sea. It was just out the guesthouse and down the hill past the cemetery Read More →

An Capall Bán

“My soul was an old horse Offered for sale in twenty fairs….. — But this evening, halter off, Never again Read More →

Oíche ag Dún Aonghusa

I summon to the winding ancient stair;    Set all your mind upon the steep ascent,    Upon the broken, crumbling battlement, Read More →

Guth na Farraige

I climbed the pathway to Dún Aonghusa. The thunderous roar of the sea meeting earth spoke to me….again the Voice. Read More →

Do Ghrá Árainn

The window from my room at the bed & breakfast overlooked the ruin. Michael, the trap and horse driver, recommended Read More →

Chasing Leprechauns

Friends ask what I’ll be doing in Ireland. My reply? Establishing residency….chasing leprechauns….exploring Celtic spirituality….connecting with wild energies of the Read More →

Waves, Wind and Light

Generally when we have a hurricane nearby it’s wet, humid, hot with southern winds…give or take a few directional degrees. Read More →

Watershed Beauty

Earlier this week I was part of a large group of individuals doing health assessments on the local manatee population. Read More →

Dance of the Sun and Moon

When I saw the sun on my bike ride this morning….as it rose over the Gulf of Mexico….it was like Read More →

Sunrise Together

For several mornings while cycling, I’ve stopped at sunrise and turned on the ‘live’ video function on Facebook and have Read More →