i woke up this morning crying, but its ok. I made myself a nice lil bowl of oatmeal with the vanilla almond milk (and i still added a ton of sugar). Im watching Grace and Frankie and smoking a bowl. Soaked my nipples in sea salt and water because these new piercings need love. My cats are getting on my last nerve with this computer sitting business. I spoke to two of my close gal pals on the phone, and its only 1:30 in San Francisco.
SOMETIMES ALL YOU NEED ARE SOME CRISPY SWEET POTATOES (sorry..lost my chill there for a sec) 🙄. Sprinkle em with rosemary + garlic + nutritional yeast + sea salt. Bake em for 35 min at 400 degrees. Slather them in ketchup (yeah I’m THAT girl - don’t split fries with me. I’m that savage they warned you about 😶)…
I think Jesus and I might bond over box wine and finding prehistoric fossils in the tall grass has always been a hobby of mine makeshift shaking out those sea-salted crusty sands of time knock once for the answer look twice for a sign
It’s pretty incomplete at the moment and doesn’t have everything on it I would like but I thought I should set one up to celebrate the new season and the turning of the world and also give my thanks to Loki. I wanted to share it with you since it is so rare that I share things on my personal practice and I hope to be more productive in doing so soon!
I gave him an offering today of cinnamon flavored, sea-salt taffy. He seems to be fond of it since the bag keeps getting misplaced and I’m almost out of the cinnamon flavor. You can’t see it but the Chalice has a healthy splash of spiced rum to go with it. The four candles burning are Lavender for peace, vanilla for joy, red apple for autumn, and red cherry for blood and beauty as well as some Dragon’s blood incense for Loki specifically.
The picture of me was taking before the storm clouds started rolling in. I can hear Thor in the distance and I hope to get a good heavy rain so that I can collect some storm water. Fingers crossed!
Also while I was talking with Loki today he conveniently showed me this song and it’s really catchy.
Israeli artist Sigalit Landau created
her ‘Salt Bride’ sculpture by
submerging a black dress in the
Dead Sea and returning to
photograph its progress as it
gradually became encrusted with salt
crystals and started to look “like snow,
like sugar, like death’s embrace.” SourceSource 2Source 3