Comtesse du Chocolat

A collection of what I enjoy the most: the fine arts, books, tea & coffee, vintage stuff, sweet delights, places, faces that I find fascinating. And always with a touch of fairy tale. I do not own any of these photos. The photos belong to their respective owners and are assumed to be in the public domain. Thanks for stopping by!

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"We sang, we danced, we talked, we laughed, we ate, we drank, but most of all we shared our contributions and I learned, that Lughnasadh night, that true gifts come from the heart and not necessarily from the purse.” ― Carole Carlton, Mrs Darley’s Pagan Whispers: A Celebration of Pagan Festivals, Sacred Days, Spirituality and Traditions of the Year
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"The festival of Lughnasadh speaks of fullness and bounty of richness and sacrifice. As cornfields ripple in the late summer breeze and whisper golden promises of the grain harvest to come, we know deep within our psyche that the darkness is but a heartbeat away."― Carole Carlton, Mrs Darley’s Pagan Whispers: A Celebration of Pagan Festivals, Sacred Days, Spirituality and Traditions of the Year
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"The festival of Lughnasadh speaks of fullness and bounty of richness and sacrifice. As cornfields ripple in the late summer breeze and whisper golden promises of the grain harvest to come, we know deep within our psyche that the darkness is but a heartbeat away."
― Carole Carlton, Mrs Darley’s Pagan Whispers: A Celebration of Pagan Festivals, Sacred Days, Spirituality and Traditions of the Year

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Sometimes happiness is a bowl of loukoumades with honey and cinnamon!
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Greek loukoumades, a pastry made of fried dough, served with honey or sugar and cinnamon, and sometimes sprinkled with sesame!
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Rowena Ravenclaw bookmark…
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michaelmoonsbookshop:

old books 

michaelmoonsbookshop:

old books 

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