My daughter is an amateur film maker and is in her senior year of high school. Here in TX they have academic competition, which I think is the most amazing thing EVER! If you can think of an academic - or any other non-sport -- topic, they cover it for state wide competition. Today my … Continue reading Can I Be A Boasting Mom For A Minute?
Never forget it, for it will make your magic stronger.
Just before Early Spring I do a complete top to bottom cleaning of my house. Whether you decide to perform it at Early Spring (Imbolc) or on the Spring Equinox, here is a great tip to bless your home while doing simple housework. Every year I purchase a new broom and use it literally (or … Continue reading HearthKeeper Household Tip
I am a huge fan of Old World and Folk Magick, and this blog post by Witch and Walnut fits the bill (plus it's one of my favorite blogs at the moment!). Enjoy! Blessings from the Hearth. Binding beads can be used the same way as mala beads. Except instead of a repeated prayer or … Continue reading Black Chokeberry Protection and Binding Beads
‘Tis the season! No, not THAT season! The Valentine season! You know…that time of year when everyone starts going on about love spells and all that stuff (Wait. I think that’s a weekly occurrence on some of the “witchy" Facebook groups I’m on). So, true story. About 3 months ago I received an email in … Continue reading A Exercise To Draw Love To You
Sacred foods is where Hestia really captures my heart. Bread. Bread is the staff of life and food most associated with Hestia. Every time I put together a loaf of my bread I always am certain to leave a bit of dough for Hestia on her altar in gratitude for her bounty. She also receives … Continue reading Things I’ve Learned About Hestia (Part 8: Sacred Foods)
So excited! How could I not be? Early Spring is coming and that means I’ve made it through another winter (even though Texas winters are negligible). As I’ve mentioned in previously blogs, my family originally came to Upstate New York via Quebec, and we’re accustomed to difficult winters. We figure if we make it as … Continue reading Early Spring
Hooray for Early Spring! And with Early Spring comes my incense blend that's a little more involved than the Longest Night Incense recipe I gave you the other month. This incense (like many of mine) are meant to be burned on a coal disc, which is put on sand or salt in a fireproof container. … Continue reading Early Spring (Imbolc) Incense
Acrylic Pour Method Abstract Art by my Daughter What images do you see in the paint flow?