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“You’re like my yo-yo
That glowed in the dark
What made it special
Made it dangerous
So I bury it
But every time it rains
You’re here in my head
Like the sun coming out
Ooh, I just know that something good is gonna happen
I don’t know when
But just saying it could even make it happen”
Cloudbusting – Kate Bush
Thanks for reading my #MySundaySnapshot post, I look forward to catching up and sharing your #MySundaySnapshot pictures either through your own posts, social media shares or comments upon this post.…
A road trip is a firm favourite of families and travellers worldwide. It’s been around for donkey’s years, allowing people a sense of freedom and excitement. However, you have never been on one. Thanks to the lockdown, it’s about to change as a road trip is a perfectly legal way to go on holiday. Plus, it’s made for a pandemic since you can jump in the car and drive anywhere based on the circumstances.
As a newbie, you might be fearful of not covering every base before your trip. In truth, the key is to keep it simple and focus on what you can control.…
Ever since they were very little, our kids have both loved to bake. Whether it be biscuits, fairy cakes, swiss rolls, or cheese scones, our kids love nothing more than to don their aprons and to get busy in the kitchen.
The Queen of The Tarts
Though I’d love to get a new kitchen for us all to enjoy baking in, we are currently waiting for new windows which thanks to the pandemic, may take some time. Only once the windows are done can we make a start on stripping what is currently an eighties abomination of floral tiles and wooden units. …
The kids have missed out on so much already this year, thus there was absolutely no chance that I was letting them skip out on bonfire night. We may no longer be all that popular with the neighbours (not that we ever were mind) but the kids at least got to enjoy a couple of fireworks and three or four packets of sparklers by the bonfire.
Sadly or perhaps a little stupidly, we’ve held onto the majority of the bigger fireworks as we didn’t wish to over-upset anyone in our neighbourhood but in all honesty, I wish we’d just gone ahead and lit the lot now! …
Given that I write a blog, you may well have guessed that I am quite keen on the idea of journaling. Until now, I’ve only used a very basic notepad to jot down any notes during tarot readings and though I like to keep a record of my readings, I never really had the media to do so.
Last week Liminal 11 very kindly sent me a copy of The Modern Witch Tarot Journal to review and to make use of during my readings and boy – what a difference it has made!
The Modern Witch Tarot
The Modern Witch Tarot Journal is printed on high-quality 120gsm uncoated, woodfree paper and includes a ribbon bookmark to keep your place whilst working.…