An Inspiration From Fairy Hill

 

Fairy Hill, The Gower, Swansea, South Wales,


There are certain people that come into our lives; I don’t question or wonder why…

And sometimes there are people, places and  things that inspire us, and I think that makes me want to write. 

Then i write and I feel all these inspirations and I see how they become the words of our entire life; perhaps they help us dream. 

And sometimes they become the one with us, 

And our entire universe. 
In a single moment, these words might contain many meanings; but these words are from the experience. 
And it’s the combination of my heart, 

Of your and mine, that inspire me the most. 

The perfect union between two equal parts … converted into one.
It’s a beautiful life here in Swansea, near the Gower… Like when I found this Fairy statue under this ancient oak tree at Fairy Hill. 

It’s mystic and inspiration makes it seem to breathe life into me…

Such a breath, it’s the kind that we will never become weary of. 
It’s about why I write about what I love; I can’t help it. 

But the reality is that there is just one way to write…it’s that we should write when we love what we see. 

And it is for those reasons, it’s why I love to write about it every day. 

Because that love would be you; one in the same. 

Cariad (Love) Welsh

Katie

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ivy covered. were the fairies once lived.

Fairy Hill Hotel and Restaurant

 
Fairyhill is a fabulous hotel and restaurant located in the Gower near Reynoldston, Sourh Wales. And it’s just a walk from Arthur’s Stone; Maen Ceti an Cefn Bryn.  

 

Meredid; My fairy friend

 
My friend Midge invited us to check it out. And OMG! This is an ivy-covered manor house in the centre of Gower. It is with an award-winning restaurant and spa treatments available; B&B. 

  

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