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Nature has been luring me away from posting much lately, but I have lots of plant babies to show off, so that will help in my blog’s separation anxiety… The only plant I forgot to get a picture of was … Continue reading
Your cold flesh slides along my fingers easily, ice crystals still clinging to your belly, milky eyes gazing up towards the bare lightbulbs above me, clawed feet curled against your tail. Many of your kin line the crinkly trash bag, … Continue reading
My mind has been feeling a bit mushy lately, I think I might be coming down with a cold or feeling the seasonal changes with my wonky immune system. Bleh, being all gunky and mucus clogged is no fun. I … Continue reading
To commemorate my 50th post, I wanted to share some of what I have been up to, instead of only talking about it. Our memory card adapter had walked off awhile ago, and I finally got to borrow my sister’s … Continue reading
Yesterday marked the first day of June, which in the past marked painful past memories and sorrow. Now I have made the changes for it to be a joyful, muggy, productive month. I had felt the nudge from Loki to … Continue reading
I had posted awhile back about being gifted a skull by my sister, but sadly the end result is a ruined skull so brittle that it crumbles under the lightest of touches. My sister found what she called a Raccoon … Continue reading
It dawned on me just now that I haven’t shared any of my recipes or crafty type stuff lately. So I present the recipe I came up with when polishing wooden tools or other stuff. It also smells awesome because … Continue reading
My mom dropped off the skull for me today, it is currently soaking in a bucket of hot bleach water in our shed, once it is clean I will be working with it more. For now, I have to practice … Continue reading
I have been working on a few crafty projects these past few days, and one of them has had be chomping the bit to get on with it, even though it isn’t something I can rush. I have taken the … Continue reading
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