Sunday, 12 September 2010

Sharing Treasure #2

Next Sunday I will be posting another story about Anglesey and some of its historical treasures. I will place the Mr Linky box at the bottom of the post and invite you all to add your own web link for your own posts introducing us to the magical wonders on your doorstep.

Sharing Treasure is a place where we can share the magic and wonders of our local history, folklore, ancestry, customs and nature with each other and rekindle the appreciation of our own environ. Anyone can join in by adding their blog link and name to Mr Linky. The posts can be as long or as short as you like and expressed in poetry, creative writing, art, textiles, photography or other creative media. The important thing is to enjoy unlocking the treasures of this shared journey.

To view Sharing Treasure #1 please click HERE.

9 comments:

Tammie said...

Ah, this is a lovely idea. I love your title; sharing treasure. How often will you be doing this?

Jasmine said...

Hi Tammie, I hope to do this every month if people are interested in joining in. If not, I will just post stories about Anglesey as and when I visit new places. Its a little more fun if people join in too though xx

Faerie Moon Creations said...

Terrific! I did another post a week ago which might be of interest. Looking forward to seeing next week's post! Theresa

Healing Woman said...

I'm so glad you are creating posts on Anglesey. I hope others join in. This is a wonderful idea. I am hoping to find the time to add my area of the Blue Ridge Parkway in Roanoke, Va.

La Dolce Vita said...

just lovely!! and a great idea!!

Sandra said...

Hi Jasmine,

I'me back. And have been reading your blog, you moved to a lovely island. My dream is to visit Wales one day and your stories have made my wish even stronger.
I love your sharing treasure project!
I really appreciated your stopping by at my blog when I was silent for quite some time, thanks.

hugs,

sue said...

hoping to join in on sunday Jasmine, if i can get it sorted in time! otherwise, plenty of time to get my finger out and join you with the following sharing treasure:)

looking forward to seeing your treasure either way.. xx

Caio Fern said...

what a beautiful and inspiring photo.

SarahA said...

A true treasure. Next to the Sea, I am thinking; trees be my favourite. Am loving the photo of this one. With arms reaching out.