the haunted dollhouse
Seasons

the haunted dollhouse

So sometimes you just have to share amazing things… and this is one of those!  Jenny Lawson of The Bloggess has an absolutely brilliant Haunted Dollhouse (link will take you to her post). But because I can’t just leave you hanging like that… here’s a little sample: (c) Jenny Lawson – The Bloggess A Hearth … Continue reading

autumn love…
Seasons

autumn love…

Just a few quick comments from fellow Autumn-lovers.  Those who join us in recognizing the absolute magic of the season. “Delicious autumn!  My very soul is wedded to it, and if I were a bird I would fly about the earth seeking the successive autumns.” ~George Eliot “Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is … Continue reading

dark side of the year
Seasons

dark side of the year

[Special welcome to the visitors from ‘The Real Witches of Halloween’ Blog Tour… hope you enjoy my blog!] I’m definitely ‘Team Dark’.  All you heat-worshippers out there who live for Spring & Summer… well, you can have it.  I’m not truly happy until we’re a little further away from the sun.  Don’t get me wrong, … Continue reading

these hands…
Growth

these hands…

In my mind’s-eye, I’m still 22… full of bubbling life & eagerly looking forward into infinite possibilities. But I can’t escape my hands… I see them every day & they speak volumes. They are not the hands of a 22-year-old. But one day, as I stood in front of a sunlight-drenched window, I saw my … Continue reading

Growth

the 13 goals

One of the benefits of being a solitary practitioner is that I have the freedom to find those things which resonate with me & make them a part of my truth… my path.  I do find myself identifying most often with the Wiccan path, but not always.  That said – I believe anyone, on any … Continue reading

Growth

the struggle with patience

I’m often not a patient person.  The Type-A, control-driven, OCD side of me takes over when I feel as though things should be happening in a certain timeline, and if they’re not I start getting irritated.  It’s something I struggle with, and something I have to remind myself to breathe through & release. I’m highly organized … Continue reading