Long time, no post

I have neglected this poor little blog. 2016 was the year I grieved for my late husband. 2017 was the year I grieved for both my late husband, and my country. 2018 is turning out to be the year of fighting back and taking no sh*t. There is a traitor in the Oval Office, and multiple traitors in the Administration and Congress. If anyone reading this is eligible to vote, but isn’t registered, go to vote.org, and register right now, then keep checking the site to make sure you haven’t been unregistered. Even if you are registered, check vote.org periodically, because the Republican Party has been purging registered Democrats in several states, and the compromised Supreme Court recently ruled in favor of that practice.

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Scottish Domestic Spirits — Spell Hub. Bringing the occult to life.

Brownie drawn and signed by Palmer Cox, public domain http://freemasonry.bcy.ca/brownies/sayingslxiii.html (Photo credit: Wikipedia) At the mention of Scottish domestic spirits, many people would immediately think of the single malt variety. However there are actual spirits that predate that noble beverage. Three such spirits are the brownie, killmoulis, and the urisk. A brownie or brounie (brùnaidh…

via Scottish Domestic Spirits — Spell Hub. Bringing the occult to life.

Sorting Witches – Part II — Spell Hub. Bringing the occult to life.

“Magic Circle” by John William Waterhouse, 1886 (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Kitchen – Kitchen witches use whatever is at hand to create their magic, be it a paring knife or a screwdriver. This is the magic of everyday life, of home and hearth. Solitary – Solitary witches practice alone, rather than as part of a group.…

via Sorting Witches – Part II — Spell Hub. Bringing the occult to life.

We have ducklings!

On April 15, we brought home 3 Rouens, 4 Runners, and 1 mystery.  My plan is that they’ll grow up to provide us with eggs when the chickens molt, and do some serious slug patrol in the garden.  Of course, there’s also the cute factor: