I come from a long line of Food pushers, we don’t ever let anyone leave our home hungry. We show our love through feeding ones body and soul, we love to cook for people. It is our souls way of bringing love and light to other souls. Continue reading Soul Food
This past weekend, my boyfriend, his older sister Ashley, our friend Anne, and I ventured to the north to a place I call home. This came after the same trip a few weekends past that I invited my Vannah, Amber, … Continue reading Going Home
Every single day, from the comfort of my home, I am given an incredible gift. It is never the same, but each is breathtaking one of a kind masterpiece painted just for me. No matter what season it is, or what the weather is, each have the ability to remind me to slow down, relax, and end my day on a beautiful note. Continue reading Chasing Beautiful Skies
No one understands as well as we do how hard it can be to put up with our family. We know that we struggle to deal with each other and asking a stranger to not only accept our messed up ways but to get along with us is a lot. At a certain point, my brother admitted that he knew if he and his ex stayed together, the relationship would always suffer because of our inability to get along.
For now, I intend to take those afternoons as they come. I want to remember the gold and silver days because the next one may not be so peaceful. Not that our storms aren’t a wonder to behold, mind you. But it can’t rain all the time. Continue reading Collecting Afternoons
I came up with the idea recently of writing a story featuring my niece as the main character that explains some of the basic tenets of witchcraft. The reason being is that she started to ask questions of my sister and I about our faith. And I understand that explaining religion to a 7 year old can be kind of confusing.
So, this is my way of explaining to her what it is and what we believe. Continue reading A Witchling’s Adventure