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Wedding Photo, Recipe and Robert Frost

27 Nov

I conducted a Humanist Wedding Ceremony earlier in the summer and today received an email with some beautiful photos. This one shows the lovely moment near the end when I was signalling to the music man that now is the moment! The delightfully happy event was held at Charlie’s Boathouse and this was taken on the terrace with the sea as backdrop.

Charlestown wedding

Yesterday I showed you the glowing pots of Seville Orange marmalade that I had made in the afternoon. Ark asked for the recipe so I have put it on my Recipe pages. Here is the link to Seville Orange Marmalade

Robert Frost is one of my favourite poets.  Here is Moon Compasses for you.

Moon Compasses

I stole forth dimly in the dripping pause 
Between two downpours to see what there was. 
And a masked moon had spread down compass rays 
To a cone mountain in the midnight haze, 
As if the final estimate were hers, 
And as it measured in her calipers, 
The mountain stood exalted in its place. 
So love will take between the hands a face . . . 
 

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2 responses to “Wedding Photo, Recipe and Robert Frost

  1. calvin

    November 29, 2017 at 3:05 am

    Robert Frost – all ways a much needed grounding. Emotions are as free and wild like the haunts we travel.

    Wedding -with ocean as backdrop, another chapter of life sets it’s sails and tacks into the wind. So fitting.

    The marmalade – the recipe for preserved sunshine. Makes gray days brighter. Like the five bushels of grapes I picked off my mother’s vines after her passing. Fifty jars of motherly-shine.

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  2. nrhatch

    November 28, 2017 at 1:46 am

    Thumps UP!

    Liked by 1 person

     

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