I am so grateful for you💙
Love this blog post by Tess Whitehurst! It is a nice list of the various foods and spices that may be used as people make their Gratitude Dinner!
You can read the list at the following link:
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The Cosmic Cookie Trail led me to the following blog post today. I walked a Labyrinth yesterday and the message I received was to be more child like and experience Joy in my everyday life. These positive affirmations seemed like a good place to start! You can read the list at the following blog post:
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Some Practical Magick in an impractical time..
Words of encouragement.
Have recent events in the news left got you feeling lost, discouraged, or confused about your life’s purpose? Are political posts in your feed leading you to fear the future, to question your value, and to put a damper on your goals, plans and intentions?
I think a lot of us are feeling a bit confused about our place in the world right now, and rather than getting pulled under the current of confusion, I’ve decided to grab the bull by the horns and take today as an opportunity to discover MORE meaning in my daily life, rather than lose faith.
To get some insight about how to proceed forward with my intentions in a world where so much is in question, I did a Tarot reading for myself this week. I used the intuitive method to ask my “Higher Self,” “how can I align my personal and career goals…
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What a beautiful day from: Cornwall Nan
This transforms me to a time and place when people not only relied on their produce to survive, but took pride in their abilities to produce such exelcent quality. Enjoy,
Today GD, myself, Julian and Jazz my son and daughter in law, traveled up the coast about a thirty five minute drive from Portreath to Wadebridge for the annual Cornish Winter Fair. GD and I were not sure what to expect from this event, but as we approached the grounds it was obviously going to be well supported and a popular event for Cornwall. The grounds were easy to locate and well sign posted. We joined a queue which was moving briskly and guided by army cadets to a parking space on a field not far at all from the actual event. Even though it was raining and wet the grass was not too muddy and there were lots of tarmacked pathways leading to the covered barn which was huge.
The entrance was welcoming and prettily decked out with plants, we were handed a free event brochure and the event…
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