Category Archives: learning

Ace of Pentacles, learning

Yesterday and today have been soggy days here so I spent a lot of reading and poking around the web, when I can, and doing a bit of journaling. I’ve never been good at that–in fact, this last month on

Thoughts on the Ace of Pentacles–Tarot Perspectives

Yeah, finally posted on draw from the actual week! 🙂 My draw for August 15 was the Ace of Pentacles–reversed. Aces of Pentacles, (LtoR) Druid Craft Tarot, by Phillip Carr-Gomm; the Llewellyn Tarot copyright Llewellyn, and The Smith-Waite Tarot deck,

The Queen of Pentacles–Tarot Perspectives

This post was actually written sometime last week, edited somewhat from what I posted on Instagram for the  #tarotperspectives challenge there. The Queen of Pentacles has shown up for me multiple times this month (latter half of July through even

Things intelligent people say….

FUCK! Oh.Oops. Excuse me. I beg the apologies of my gentler audience who are oh so offended by the F word. But you know what? According to this F$%!*!%& article, those of us who swear a F$%!*!%& blue streak are …. intelligent.

Every artist….

Luxury Pen by Khunaspix Every artist dips his brush in his own soul, and paints his own nature into his pictures. Henry Ward Beecher Yeah, I know, but don’t you just love this quote? I, of course, would change brush

Flowers in winter

Being Friday I promised y’all something pretty. Yes, I know we are now into December, but where I’m at, the flowers are still out. I procured some lovely ones this week, so I thought I’d share them with you. Okay,

Shape Shifting in Eolyn By Karin Rita Gastreich

Today I am pleased to welcome a colleague from the Magic Appreciation Tour, Ms. Karin Rita Gastreich. She’s got a post for us that, I must say is dear to my heart: Shape shifters. Read on and enjoy! Shape Shifting

Animal Bones as Grave Goods in Iberian Burials

I thought this was neat, history geek that I am. Enjoy! #amwriting

Author quotes

This is funny, I was just re-reading Dashiell Hammet’s The Maltese Falcon (It all goes back to Humphrey Bogart) and what do I run across on a fellow author’s, Suzanne Purvis’ blog? “…What disturbed him was the discovery that in


“No one can make you feel inferior without your consent.” ― Eleanor Roosevelt, This is My Story