That Burnt Orange Season

That Burnt Orange Season

So, we’ve finally got all the decorations for both autumn and Samhain up. We decorate in stages–in August, it’s all about Lughnasadh and corn and sunflowers. Then at the beginning of September, out come the early autumn decorations–some of the

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Autumn Contest

Autumn Contest

Today we’re celebrating the release of HARVEST WEB tomorrow! So I thought this would be the perfect time for my autumn contest. You can win a basket full o’goodies–as you can see, a Kindle Fire, a journal, pen, calico plushie,

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Welcome to the Witching Season

picture of a crystal ball

Every year, I welcome you to the Witching Season–the season of the witch as Donovan sang, the season of magic. And this year is no different. This month, on the blog, I’m doing a huge celebration for the release of

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Blogtober: Autumn Decorations

Blogtober

Every autumn we decorate like crazy, and this year–regardless of Covid–is no exception. So here are a few of our decorations this year (click on an image to see the full photo):      

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Welcome to the Witching Season

Welcome to the Witching Season

Every year, I write a post on October 1st called Welcome to the Witching Season, and today is no different. I love this post. I love that it’s time to write it, because I love the autumn, and I love

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Autumn Decorating

Autumn Decorating

So, I always decorate during autumn, and thought you might like to see some of my autumn pretties this year! For me, it’s one of my joys each year, to break out the decorations and, a whirlwind of color later,

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Vlog: Welcome to the Witching Season

Word Magic

Every year I put up a post I call Welcome to the Witching Season. Today, I’m bringing it to you in a vlog!

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The Mystical Landscape of Western Washington

September banner!

One of the things I love best about our area is what happens during autumn. September usually varies between moderate and rainy, we often slide into the beginnings of our rainy season about mid-to-late month. The trees begin to change

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To Watch a Falling Star

To Watch a Falling Star

Every August there’s a massive light show in the sky. Yes, I’m talking about the Perseid meteor shower. Apparently, they’ve already started, but the peak will be from August 11-13, so if you live in a place where there isn’t

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Wild Hunt Vay-Cays!

vacation time! a suitcase full of fun

So I’m thinking about vacations. Now, I took a vacation recently — the first one in a while. It was actually a staycation, to be honest. Now, I don’t do vacations well. I’m not comfortable spending large amounts of time

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