Passion Flower

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Look at this passion flower we found growing on a vine near our house yesterday. Just look at it: Are those gorgeous or what? They look they’re from outer space. I picked a few and took them home. This is a passion flower from the vine that grows passion fruit. …

She’s Here

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I received my mermaid card that I won from Maygreen Fairies today. I posted about the contest a little while back. Bridgett and I won. Yay for us! It can be really cool being part of the blog-o-sphere; where we get to participate in cool little things like this and, …

I LOVE this Book!

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I posted this as a response to one of HedgeWitchMagic’s videos on YouTube, but, as always, I thought that I should also post this here in my blog since I really love this book! As a science teacher, whenever I see, hear or read about metaphysical subjects being backed up …

Last Quarter Moon Last Night

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Just to be a pest, I kept asking my DH last night “Where’s the moon? Have you seen the moon?” He responded throughout the pestering with “No, no.” “Leave me alone about the moon.” “What is your fascination with the moon tonight?” Teeheeeheeee. At about 1:30am (I think) my DH …

View on the Afterlife

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Just my 2 cents here…feel free to debate, comment or disagree. I totally enjoy conversations like these even if they’re online. As long as it stays civil, I do not mind disagreement in the least because my beliefs are never set in stone and although they may be right for …

Mead Moon

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So, is the full moon tonight or tomorrow night? I have conflicting data on this, but according to NASA its tomorrow, so I’ll go with that :)…although tonight’s moon looks really full and gorgeous. The full moon closest to the summer solstice is known as the Mead moon, which is …

Lavendar Sunsets…a bit of Science

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Have you been noticing lavender sunsets as of late? You can chalk that up to the amazing eruption of the Sarychev Peak in Russia in the Kuril Islands (erupted on June 12). This info and awesome pic were posted by NASA. The International Space Station was directly above it when …