Spooky Month Is Right Around The Corner

Photo by Sanndy Anghan on Pexels.com My youngest was delighted this year to hear that Halloween "officially' begins on September 1. We have spent the entire month thus far planning crafts and recipes to try, planning decoration, and planning things I am supposed to knit up and crochet (not even if I had one hundred …

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Daily Tarot Work

Pulling Cards For Your Day-To-Day Photo by Ouassima Issrae on Unsplash Do you pull Tarot/Oracle cards for yourself or for some other reason on a daily basis? I do, usually. How I do it changes periodically. Not for any other reason than I want to change things up. I have three different working decks that are my main …

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Watery Wednesday Prompt 38

photo unsplash.com The water is deep here, but not too deep. You can look down and see the bottom. When you look down at dawn, you will see them, the child of the mermaid and the sawfish. What are they doing? Do they notice you? Do they care that you stare? Do they come up …

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Watery Wednesday Prompt 37

photo unsplash.com This week we find ourselves lost at Sea. We call out for help. Who comes to see? The child of the mermaid and the Mola Mola. What do they look like? Do you think they can help us? Do you think they might? At first sight, do you want to go with them? …

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What Did You Want To Be When You Grew Up?

Finding Wisdom In The Mind Of Your Ten Year Old Self Photo by Joakim Honkasalo on Unsplash I read an article a while back about how you should choose your career. I think it was written more for the mid-life range of people, but don’t quote me on that one. (I can no longer find the article, so …

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September, A Time Of Harvest

Photo by Thanh Nguyu1ec5n on Pexels.com Mabon-tide is coming. It is the last Harvest before Winter. On the Autumnal Equinox (September 23), there is an equal amount of day and night. Each day after this, until we reach the Winter Solstice (December 21), the days grow shorter and shorter. As this is a celebration of …

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Watery Wednesday Prompt 35

photo unsplash.com Be warned. These next children may frighten you with their looks, but do not be afraid. You will warm up to them, metaphorically speaking, once you get to know them. These children of mermaid and gulper eel come from the deep dark. What elements do you notice that help them survive in that …

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Watery Wednesday Prompt 34

Photo unsplash.com This week, we find ourselves surrounded by a rainbow assortment of children between mermaid and nudibranch. Do you notice how children of the same brood are of different sizes? Do you notice the differences between males and females? Do you see the markings that say some of them may carry poison? What are …

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In Order To Begin, We Create

Photo by Lum3n on Pexels.com For this project, you will need your Grimoire. The rest is what you have on hand. This can include: pencils, crayons, markers, collage and ephemera, glue, craft paint, acrylic paint, watercolor paint, pens, pastels, and whatever else you can create and make marks with. I was once told that before …

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