The Tempest and the Teapot
A single foot, fur-clad against the outside elements, crossed the threshold.
The second foot, likewise insulated against the frozen ground, hesitated to cross the boundary. 292 more words
2 weeks, 3 days ago
Biblebelt Witchy Mama
Keeping this blog has been a blessing in so many ways. It has allowed an outlet for some really dark days and a place to share some really light and happy moments. 769 more words
1 month, 1 week ago
Prince Seere tossed his knee over the edge of his golden throne and sighed. No one would call the sigh of the Lord of Hell dramatic, but that’s what it was. 2,777 more words
1 month, 3 weeks ago
So I’m a nail biter. It’s a gross ugly habit and I hate doing it. I started when I was about Witchlette’s age: I saw my dad do it and figured I’d join in on the “fun”. 322 more words
2 months ago
2 months, 1 week ago
Onomastics Outside the Box
Faunus is the horned Roman god of the forest, fields, and plains. He was called Inuus when he committed bestiality with cows. Though many people over the ages have considered him the Roman equivalent of 623 more words
2 months, 2 weeks ago
I was doing research today and I came across this gem. It was found at the perfect moment- I needed a pick me up and here it is.