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246: Fairy Doctors

In the Ozark the “Power Doctor” or “Goomer Doctor” is a folk healer who is versed in charms, prayers, and healing work that generally does not involve any internal medicine. 1,728 more words

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244: Ozark Fairies

Fairy lore and beliefs here in the Ozarks has its origin in the folklore and traditions of the Scots-Irish settlers to the Appalachian Mountains. It was in these mountains and hills that the traditional European belief in the “Fair Folk,” “Good Folk,” “Gentry,” “Little People,” etc. 489 more words

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"Meet Me In The Woods" - Lord Huron

Music to the tune of my current thoughts:

“Meet Me in the Woods” – Lord Huron from the album “Strange Trails

I took a little journey to the unknown, 152 more words


All Hallows Gathering 2015 - Part Two

I’ve written this blog in two posts as there was so much information to impart and I thought I would do this in more manageable chunks – not to mention that all those photos, photo credits, and videos were beginning to make my head spin!  1,417 more words


Fair Folk Fashion: Elf Ear Cuffs (Part One)

For months since I’m not able to make my latest accessories due to my bunch of schoolwork, I finally found my inspiration; elves. I’ve always thought that elves are the immortal counterpart of socialites. 64 more words


Summer Storm

Our wooden deck adjoins the back of our home, rising high among the trees like the deck of a ship anchored upon an ocean of green leaves.   249 more words

Summer Rain

Here comes the soft, murmuring patter of a light summer rain upon green leaves and the stony pathway. On the covered porch, my timid weather-wise self stays dry; that is, until the cheerful song of the birds within the trees shames me out of my dry sanctuary to join them in the rain. 54 more words