Okay, let’s get started with my two biggest pet peeves: 1. Valentine’s Day is a “Hallmark Holiday”.2. It’s Valentine’s Day! The only way to show love is to be taken hostage by commercialism. Okay, first off, Valentine’s Day is far … Continued
I was going to try to write two entries for the next two weeks, but somewhere along the way on the way home to do so, I got distracted by Kings of Leon’s Sex on Fire. I couldn’t figure out … Continued
Since writing my latest article for WitchVox (btw, I tried to write back to you, Carol but it bounced! Hopefully you’ll see this instead?), I’ve actually been getting the same question a lot which makes me think it’s on a … Continued
So, according to The General Foods Kitchens Cookbook, this is an Italian dish. Allow me to express that as an Italian-American who has also been to Italy, I can’t say that I’ve ever seen them served. I’m sure they are … Continued
But my article on How to Make a Mojo Bag is in the current issue of Witches and Pagans (#22). It’s the first article there!
So, as usual, Gordon and I are thinking about the same thoughts across the pond, though perhaps coming to different conclusions (don’t worry, I bought the Cupcake wine today so I’ll be safe during the latest snowocalypse). Today he’s pondering … Continued
Firstly, excuse my smugness because it’s Wednesday and I’m writing this for Monday so I feel super ahead of the game for once. When looking for a picture of a French woman, I found the above in an article from … Continued
Generally I take blog entries from here and make them into articles but this article is completely new. So go check out my latest Hearth Witch Lesson on Magically Cleansing Your House!
In the past few years, I’ve been so bogged down with getting divorced, buying a house, my sister’s marriage and baby and now starting my own business, that my Dianic Wiccan circle was always the first thing to go on … Continued
Betty and I are sick of Cooking for Company for now, so I will be switching back to The General Food Kitchens Cookbook. Tomato Aspic Cubes 2 packages (3 oz each) Jell-O Lemon Gelatin Dessert1 teaspoon salt1 1/2 cups boiling … Continued