Cheri Lucas Rowlands, story wrangler and editor at Automattic, introduced Mesh to all her fans here at WordPress. Promethean stuff.
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I gotta feeling that tonight’s gonna be a good night
That tonight’s gonna be a good night
That tonight’s gonna be a good, good night
-The Black Eyed Peas
Chief Semicolon Advocate at WordPress Michelle W. says share an image of something creepy. Unsettling. Eerie. I dare you to look at her babies.
An abandoned castle on the breath-abating vertical trail to Erice, a small medieval town in Sicily prized for its defensive position by Carthaginians, Romans, and Normans.
Story wrangler and editor Cheri Lucas Rowlands says show the world beneath your feet.
Hiking across Sicily is a literally-off-the-beaten-path trek through both a mesmerizing landscape and a turbulent history.
The Villa del Tellaro near Noto was a country residence during the late Roman Empire, in the middle of the 4th century AD. The ruins of the villa were hidden beneath an 18th century farmhouse. Thanks to illegal excavations in 1971 and a l-o-n-g restoration stalled by Sicilian bureaucracy, the villa opened to the public in 2008.
I saw sections of the original floor mosaics ~ floral and geometric patterns, panels illustrating the ransoming of Hector, and lavish hunting scenes.
Recent excavations near the main farmhouse/villa have unearthed water cisterns and medieval tombs.
Who knows what else lies beneath Sicilian feet?
The Trumpet Vine – Lorrie Newman Keating/Ed Stabler
THE TRUMPET VINE – Garden Road
Garden Road is Hot Rod Harris & Brenda Panneton
The Trumpet vine. Kate wolf cover