a tarot wish list

Doing this tarot challenge has had me looking at the different decks people use. I’d always been interested in the tarot, but never really connected with the first deck I got.¬†When I saw the Wild Unknown deck, I loved it’s energy immediately. This is the one I use every day, and I love it. (So much that I have it for sale from my shop) … Continue reading a tarot wish list

pieces of things.

So I’d been doing well with posts, and I’m also doing that IG tarot challenge. I mean, if I’m going to kick it, why not kick it hard? Because sometimes, you get kicked hard… and you can’t come up with enough thoughts to finish a post, and I haven’t been writing enough to have any in stock. I’ve got lots of thoughts that feel important, … Continue reading pieces of things.

NURTURING

Today is day 12 of the #modernmysticchallenge, and the prompt is NURTURING. I’ve been drawing one card every day so far, but I wanted more insight on today’s concept. I focused on asking three things regarding nurturing: 1- What do I need to nurture within myself? 4 of swords 2- What needs nurtured regarding the situation? 10 of swords (reversed) 3 – What do I … Continue reading NURTURING

energy & music

Without getting into it, I had a very draining experience last night. This morning my eyes were puffy from crying, my head ached, my body was tight and painful – fibromyalgia is always a phenomenal addition to any of life’s tribulations, if the experience itself wasn’t enough to make one physically ill, don’t worry, fibromyalgia will take care of that… I felt heavy, yet thin, … Continue reading energy & music

Cures are False Hope.

There are things that bother me about the communities that exist for chronic illnesses and chronic pain, that are really things that just bother me in general. I get how talking about your condition can be good, it can be therapeutic, and it can raise awareness, create points of connection between people, and help others dealing with the same things. There are beautiful moments of … Continue reading Cures are False Hope.

NaBloPoMo

I’ve always enjoyed writing. SURPRISE. Everyone who knows me knows I like art, painting, drawing, photography…but I’ve always written too. My mom used to write a lot. Growing up, we read and wrote poetry. I freaking LOVED essay questions on tests in school. This is how I got my bonus points. I’m not great at succinct yes or no answers, because I’ve just plain got … Continue reading NaBloPoMo