It has been very cold the past few weeks in most of the country, including the south. Warm casseroles and spicy dishes can warm you up but you don’t have to turn to macaroni and cheese for that to happen. Combining healthy foods with lots of flavor can do it for you. Try these recipes […] … Continue reading Recipes To Warm You Up
https://www.youtube.com/embed/z9ENAagGEVI?version=3&rel=1&fs=1&autohide=2&showsearch=0&showinfo=1&iv_load_policy=1&wmode=transparent What a beautiful rendition of this card! I know so many of you feel it can only be negative, but that is so not the case. There is some form of letting go taking place here, and I feel it comes through separating yourself from the painful memories of the hard times. Often indicative … Continue reading Card of the Day – 3 of Swords – Tuesday, January 23, 2018 — Tarot by Cecelia
Winter salads get a bad rap. It’s easy to see why, when you compare them with their summery counterparts—brimming bowls of bright produce, sweet dressings, and fresh, often locally harvested greens. But we’re here to inform you that winter salads’ blah rep couldn’t be further from the truth. When topped with the right items and tossed… … Continue reading 25 Winter Salads You’ll Actually Crave After Trying Once Read more:
Thank you for a breath of spring.
So as I mentioned in a previous post, we went to California during winter break. I know… most people are like, “Why go there in the winter? The beach is always best in the summer!” However, I think… at least for me, that seeing nature still struggling along while it is entirely covered in my part of the country is a tonic for the soul. I absolutely love to know, “Hey! It’s winter!” and yet I look around and everything is green. I guess if I were to analyze myself, I would say that I truly feel revived around nature, it’s when I feel more alive.
If my family were more outdoorsy types in the winter, I probably wouldn’t have a problem. Instead… they would be huddled around a heater, covered in blankets! I personally hate being stuck indoors for too long, but hey, that’s just me! Anyway, I could show…
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Peonies are a long time favorite of mine in spell work. Each part of the plant from root to bloom and the little ants on top are all magic. Peony plants are are a hardy perennial in my neck of the woods. They can easily live for a 100 years which makes them ideal in […] … Continue reading Wild Witch-Crafting With Peony Blooms, Root, Seed & Ants – Part 1