I don’t like to admit that my life is ruled by fear. But this can’t continue to be my life if I really want to live.
I’m a perfume fiend; ever since I was little I’ve been on the hunt for the perfect perfume. I’ve yet to find it- though I’ve found a few great contenders for the spot… But that certainly hasn’t kept me from continuing the hunt. Continue reading “Pinrose Starter Kit”
How many people can answer this question with ease? Not me, certainly; I sat staring at my screen for several minutes attempting to answer it, and about the only thing I came up with? Is that any answer you could come up with to that question will always simultaneously be both simple and complex. Continue reading “Who Am I?”
Each year around the holidays I tend to pick my studies back up and dig more into the various elements of Pre-Christian Irish Practice… Usually these studies focus on the holiday itself, looming on the horizon. But sometimes they waver shakily off into unrelated territories. Fortunately that wasn’t the case this year. Continue reading “Lughnasa, and the Áenach Tailteann”
My results with gardening have always been mixed, to say the least. Mostly, though, it involves being a horrible plant mom and killing all my little plant babies; I jokingly started referring to myself as having a black thumb after I managed to kill Aloe plants- which are supposed to be damned near unkillable! Continue reading “A Sea of Peppers”
Peaches are the ultimate symbol of home for me; some of my best memories are lazily lounging beneath the peach tree during summer as the wasps buzzed around the fruit, and waiting for them to ripen. Continue reading “Summertime Mornings”
Remember how I said I was back, and that I’d be trying to blog more regularly again? Yeah, me too. Once again, that didn’t happen, though; I’m sorry I’m so bad at keeping promises, y’all. Continue reading “The Loneliest Number”
The kitchen has always been an important part of life, and family; family gathered in the kitchen, good things came from the kitchen. I grew up in the kitchen- and started in it at a young age. Continue reading “What Goes In The Oven”