Nature

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How to dry herbs

By | November 30th, 2016|Tools of the Craft|

Herbs are an extremely important part of witchcraft. If you're a true herbalist, you follow the strict teachings of the Green Witches. Harvest when the plant's planets are in their house, the time of day or night needs to be perfect, and you also have a offering for the herb as well. As a not [...]

Elemental Attunement

By | November 22nd, 2016|Camping & Hiking, Life, Rituals, Tools of the Craft|

Elemental attunement is the practice of being one with the elements. Yes, we are all born under a sign with a specified element, but as a witch I feel it necessary to communicate with all elements. Elements also have specific workers that do their bidding as well called elementals. Working in tandem with the element [...]

Our Trip to Asheville

By | November 2nd, 2016|Camping & Hiking|

A year ago, on October 30th, 2015 I pledged my life and soul to the wonderful man I call my husband. To celebrate we went with his parents on a weekend vacation to the beautiful city of Asheville, North Carolina. On our weekend away from home we went pub hopping in Downtown Asheville, where I [...]

Samhain – The Witch’s New Year

By | October 31st, 2016|Rituals, Spells|

Merry Meet! This week we are celebrating Samhain- the witches New Year! These dates fall between October 30th and November 1st of every year. This day is also signifying the end of the harvest season, when farmers way back when would have to harvest the last of their crops and make sure they had enough [...]

Deception Pass 2016

By | March 24th, 2016|Camping & Hiking, Instagram, Life|

Deception Pass was one of my favorite hikes and camping trips last year! This year was no different, and surprise we had wonderful weather! The sky was blue and the sun was out, and I couldn't have asked for a more perfect weekend!

First Time at Rasar State Park

By | February 28th, 2016|Camping & Hiking, Instagram, Life|

Omg we've been camping so much! I was starving for some serious nature time after a long winter, so we exhausted ourselves with 3 straight weekends. Rasar State Park is a couple hours north of Seattle and it was so cool! I loved the Skagit river and the amazing foliage. The hike was awesome and [...]

Dosewallips State Park

By | February 14th, 2016|Camping & Hiking, Instagram, Life|

Our first camping trip of the year was at Dosewallips State Park on the Olympic Peninsula. Everything about the hike and scenery were beautiful, but there was heavy rain and it was pretty chilly. We also discovered that we camped here on the exact same day as last year.

Kalaloch Photos

By | April 27th, 2015|Camping & Hiking|

The nature surrounding me on last week’s camping trip was so beautiful, I had to share more photos. […]