sea daisy

Zodiac Signs as Bioshock Characters
  • Aries: Andrew Ryan
  • Taurus: Augustus Sinclair
  • Gemini: Sander Cohen
  • Cancer: Lady Comstock
  • Leo: Atlas
  • Virgo: Rosalind Lutece
  • Libra: Elizabeth Comstock
  • Scorpio: Robert Lutece
  • Sagittarius: Daisy Fitzroy
  • Capricorn: Jeremiah Fink
  • Aquarius: Brigid Tenenbaum
  • Pisces: Eleanor Lamb
🌷☀️Hedge Witch Tips For April☀️🌷

🌿Best Fresh Produce🌿 


Carrots, beetroot, broccoli, cauliflower, kale, mint, rosemary, spring, leeks, spinach, turnips, rhubarb, spinach, watercress, and spring onion

🍤Seafood🍤 

crab, salmon, eel, John Dory, halibut, sea trout, whelks, sardines, and sea bass

🌾Wild Foods🌾 

daisy, hawthorn leaves, hop shoots, dandelion, chickweed, St. George’s mushrooms, morel mushrooms, violet, and wild garlic.

☀️Ways To Celebrate April☀️
• Decorate your home or altar with garlands of flowers and ribbons! Flowers that correspond with April are daisy, dandelion, bluebell, primrose, and comfrey. Trees for April are ash and hazel.
•You can make a cute little May pole centerpiece from a forages stick and some ribbon. You can decorate it with flowers and/or moss with your intent or to help you focus.
•Welcome the returning birds by going bird watching, picking up litter in a local park, or setting up a bird feeder.
•Aprils element is water! Go connect with the element by taking a ritual bath, visiting a stream or river or setting up a little bowl of water on your altar.
•April is a month of fertility and reproduction! Celebrate the gift of life the earth has given us through cooking and combining your ingredients.

almost everything that I love in one photograph ~ crystals, seashells, plants and antiques 😌 there’s vintage glass ware and trinkets, the ivy plant I just bought, the daisies and wildflowers I picked (some are dried), a few crystals and even some moss and feathers I’ve found 🌿🌸🌾🐚✨

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“I was offered the part of Mrs. Robinson in The Graduate but I could not see myself rolling around in the sheets with a young man half my age whom I’d seduced. I realized it was an effective part (Annie Bancroft eventually won the Academy Award for it) but it offended my sense of values. Of course, in the years since then, explicit sex has become commonplace on the screen – so commonplace that it is considered novel when a film appears without a few naked bodies thrashing about. Now I really don’t put anybody else down for doing such scenes. To each his own. Many actors enjoy doing these turns, and obviously many people enjoy watching them. I don’t, either doing or watching. I can’t picture myself in bed with a man, all the crew around us, doing that which I consider so exciting and exalting when it is personal and private. I am really appalled by some of the public exhibitions on the screen by good actors and actresses who certainly have the talent to convey the impact of what they are doing without showing us to the last detail of pubic hair and rosy nipple how they are doing it.” -Doris Day