So, I'm going to be doing this blogathon
I’m looking forward to it, too! insomniacimaginings: And I’m pretty excited for it. So, much thanks to @MenaGrazie for suggesting it to me. I’m excited for May now! I’ve never done any sort of blog… stuff. I’m not usually one to enter my writing in anything. I guess now I hope this makes me a better writer, and not so skittish about who sees what I write.
A worthwhile caution for anyone exploring witchcraft, wizardry, voudoun, satanism, spiritualism, wicca or any of the alternative pagan belief systems, new or old. Whether you are curious IRL or just RP a character with beliefs not your own…Please Be Responsible.
First role-players, now art lovers →
Facebook has struck another blow in the battle to protect the world. Art lovers have joined the ranks of RP characters as the kind of people Facebook doesn’t want socializing online. The copyright on the painting in question has expired, eliminating that potential excuse for Facebook banning art historians and lovers. And no one is trying to say these art lovers are not both real people and...
Unpopular opinion time
sinkyourteethintoforever: Christianity is a cult!
Warding @EricNorthmanBD's Fangtasia
Mena was surprised by the call from @FangtasiaPam. She was even more surprised when she heard what the vampire wanted. Most thought of witches as just girls playing make-believe or delusional old women. Few appreciated the power of Magick and even fewer would sink to asking a witch to ward their business. Which is what @EricNorthmanBD had done. The vampire Sheriff had left it to his Child and...
A matter of trust
Title: A Matter of Trust Prompt: Knave/Page of Pentacles Word Count: 663 words Characters: @MenaGrazie, @Scarlett_Area5 and @RomanLucious Summary: The Knave of Pentacles is a card of instinct. It is a card of talent that hasn’t been tempered with experience.In some decks this card is the salt of the earth, representing all that is good and steady. It’s a well grounded card that...
"Are fairies real?"
Answer: YES! (until she’s 30 and old enough to make up her own mind) ilikebigbooks: Asked by the 8-year old girl that I read with on Fridays. Could my heart melt anymore? We are currently making our way through Kimberly Morris’s Queen Clarion’s Secret (one of the NYPL’s Recommended 100 Favorite Children’s Books for Elementary Students).
It’s all make believe, isn’t it?– Marilyn Monroe (via kari-shma)