Women Blossom Blog
Women Blossom Blog
Do you feel frustrated, reckless and anxiety to deal with your daily work? Why not come away from daily routine and indulge in the tranquil seclusion of vocation in rural destinations. The experience you feel during the journey is never short of amazing: enjoy moments of tender breeze, beautiful sunshine and fresh green smell from the nature. The nature has the magic power to awaken the brain and at subconscious level remind us the good things.
William Wordsworth (English Romantic poet in 18th century) admired the magic of nature beauty. He addressed the nature scenery and landscapes are the materials to inspire the creative mind and purity of soul. I would like to visit Wordsworth House in Cockermouth of Cumberland. It would be an amazing journey to follow the footsteps of Wordsworth to “wander lonely as a cloud”, and find whether exist the golden daffodils are growing “beside the lake, beneath the trees, fluttering and dancing in the breeze” and "tossing their heads in sprightly dance". I wonder whether the daffodils are really so beautiful same with Wordsworth had described in his poetry. I really want to take a closer look, and so do you?
Woman In Love
Are you a huge fan of Jane Austen? Chawton House in Hampshire is a pretty nice place to visit. Jane Austen lived in Chawton to produce my beloved classic fictions of all times: “Pride and Prejudice” and “Sense and Sensibility”. I don’t know much about 19th century England, but it must be hard for a female to rebel against the social repression and code of hierarchy in pursuit of love and romance. Strong female character, costume drama, artificial social conventions as well as family obligation abound in Jane’s stories. Why women are always searching for romance? It is not exactly romance, it is all about love.
Bibury Picturesque Cottages
Take the national express from London to Cirencester and then taxi to Bibury, you can get to the "most beautiful village in England" as described by William Morris (1834-96). The Arlington Row is fabulous with picturesque scenery of seventeen century stone cottage, fragrant flowers and water flowing alongside a stream. The landscape is beautiful.
Giverny: Claude Monet Water Garden
Giverny is located in Normandy with its back to the hills of the Seine River’s right bank. Normandy may remind people about something like D-Day, Saving Private Ryan and so on. But it was also a place where the famous painter, Claude Monet (1840-1926), built a beautiful water garden in there. Monet filled the pond with Japanese water lilies, irises, reeds, as well as willows, bamboos, maples, peonies and rhododendrons. He was there that he painted the famous Water Lilies series.
And let's explore more destinations for next vocation.
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