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This is my Transmute pullover, which I have been working on since March. It’s my only knitting project these days. I’ve been more concentrated on getting my new home in order, doing DIY projects to furniture and other antiques, and working on smaller scale projects like cross stitch, then my usual mainstay: knitting. 257 more words


unrequited love

when people rub us the wrong way
we are all like magic lamps
however, the genie comes out to do its magic
only if we don’t recoil from the pain… 38 more words

A Smidgen on Smudging, Part 2

The method changes slightly depending upon the intent behind the smudging ceremony. Some variations are listed below:

(this is not an exhaustive list, but rather a beginner’s guide) 642 more words


A Smidgen on Smudging, Part 1

How to Smudge (The Beginner’s Basics) 

You Will Need:

  • White Sage or a smudging stick
  • Heat resistant bowl and plate (or abalone shell)

In the moment, while in the moment...

Now that I’m older, I understand why a story cannot just begin and end. That is, the story has a beginning and has an ending, but the progression cannot be linear. 184 more words



I had a dream last night that led me to memories from my youth as I awoke. The dream involved the exploration of a scenario that didn’t play out in my lifetime, but intrigued me in the sense that it must have been a leftover piece of something that has not yet been fully cleared and transmuted. 204 more words