Writings

White Pumpkin Magick

Magick is not required to enjoy these tasty treats. This little ditty of mine, to record a memory and keep how wonderful this season and my big pumpkin of white. And, some sweet witchery for those that might like. Lumina, Cotton Candy, Hooligan, Full Moon, Polar Bear, Albino Pumpkin, Ghost Pumpkin, Snowball, Casper, Baby Boo,… Continue reading White Pumpkin Magick

Photographs

A Peek The Daily Post Photo Challenge

On the property line, right next to my house, is a sign that reads Cemetery Road. When my husband and I discussed buying this land, that thought was a bit unsettling. A few folks had explained the cemetery itself is closed. Family still visit their loved ones on occasion.  Some come seeking answers to their… Continue reading A Peek The Daily Post Photo Challenge

Photographs

Rounded Webs The Daily Post Photo Challenge

Autumn presents an incredible time to capture beautiful photographs. These photos of webs taken on a sunny Saturday, the twenty-third of September. I remember thinking while taking them, even the spiders know what season it is. Spooky spiders are sometimes associated with Halloween and this time of year. There is nothing spectacular or special about these… Continue reading Rounded Webs The Daily Post Photo Challenge

Recipes, Writings

Relish in the Orange

Orange is the color. Baby it's getting cold outside. It is November, after all. I am baking orange cookies.It is November. The holidays, the gatherings and soon winter, it's just a waiting game. The months ahead can be tough to get through. Finding inspiration is even tougher, in the mundane. Orange reminds me of the sun and of warmer days.… Continue reading Relish in the Orange

Poetry

The end of Summer

Inspired by the winds that are violently blowing today bringing change. Perfectly closing summer, once and for all.  My stanzas are in Haiku form and I worked at creating a certain pattern.   Rustling winds yearning Guiding lost spirits roaming To and fro they go The leaves scattered down Red, yellow, brown on the ground Hard… Continue reading The end of Summer