Witches say the Darndest Things...
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Thursday, May 14th 8-10pm: The History of Herbalism and Beginning Wortcunning($15)-A discussion of the origins of this humble arte and an intro to Wortcunning as a path.
Thursday, May 21st 8-10pm Basic Healing Herbs ($30)- A discussion of 13 basic healing herbs and how to use them. Includes the 1 ounce of each of the 13 herbs and recipes.
Thursday, June 4th 8-10pm Basic Magical Herbs ($35)- A discussion of 13 traditional magickal herbs and the uses to which they are applied. Includes 1 ounce each of the 13 herbs and recipes.
Saturday, June 13th 5-8pm Garden Class (free) - We will work in the gardens, getting hands on experience with harvesting and speaking with herbs.
Sunday, June 14th 5-8pm: Herbal Preparations I ($55) - We will make three preparations from scratch; salves, ointments, and vinegar tinctures. Price includes all materials and containers. You will go home with each preparation. You may audit this class for $15; participate in the preparation and get hands on experience.
Thursday, June 25th 8-10pm: Wildcrafting, Storing and Growing Herbs ($15) - No herbs in this class, but a discussion for finding herbs in the wild, picking and storing them, and growing them yourself.
Sunday, June 28th 5-8pm: Herbal Preparations II ($55) - We will make three preparations from scratch; hydrosols, infused oils and glycerin tinctures. Price includes all materials and containers. You will go home with each preparation. You may audit this class for $15; participate in the preparation and get hands on experience.
Sunday, July 5th 5-8pm: Cooking with Herbs ($25)-A basic intro to cooking with herbs, including many recipes and lots to sample.
Saturday, July 11th 5-8pm Garden Class (free) - We will work in the gardens, getting hands on experience with harvesting and speaking with herbs.
Thursday, July 16th 8-10pm: Incense & Perfumery($25)- How to make your own incenses and perfumes and their uses in magickal, mundane and healing situations.
Saturday, July 18th 12-7pm: WEED WALK ($15). We will go on a weed walk and identify plants in the wild, discussing their uses also. We will meet and carpool to our location.
Sunday, July 26th 5-8pm: Herbal Preparations II ($55) - We will make three preparations from scratch; lotions, solid perfumes and alcohol tinctures. Price includes all materials and containers. You will go home with each preparation. You may audit this class for $15; participate in the preparation and get hands on experience.
You may take only one or as many as you like. Please note that each class is limited to 15 students. You will need to reserve your spot in the class in advance. Please contact me (Shawna) by email (SiriusHerbs@gmail.com) or phone (316-409-3568). If the class is full, we will put you on our waiting list. Classes will continue through out the year. Classes are held in a private home (Shawna’s), near the Delano area in Wichita. Some classes will be held in the garden, some indoors, and at other times we will take Weed Walk field trips for wild identification and wild crafting. Please register so I can give you directions.
1. Grab the nearest book.
2. Open the book to page 23.
3. Find the fifth sentence.
4. Post the text of the next three sentences in your journal along with these instructions. Don't dig for your favorite book, the cool book, or the intellectual one: pick the CLOSEST.
I grabbed, the "Price Guide to the Occult," from 1967
"469. Bellamy, H.S. -- The Atlantis Myth. Lond., n.d. $4.00 (LAR-58), $2.00 (JAC-63)
470. --The Book of Reveltaion is History. Lond., 1942. $3.00 (LAR-58), $2.00 (JAC-63)
472. Bellegay, Michael M. --Man's Eternal Progress. N.Y., 1952. $2.00 (WEIS-66)"
Weird, there was no 471, just a blank line.
And today, this happened!!
My beautiful lilacs, all covered in snow!
Thank you. I feel better now.
I was so excited while I was standing in line to pay for them, that the cashier politely told me where the rest room was! I nearly danced out of the store!!!!!!!!!
Anyways, even though a tassel whacking and a veil snapping are very tempting I don't think it would make a difference. This is also not in the belly dance community, and I might look odd with a veil.
I think I will just collect the things I have loaned this person and make a quiet unobtrusive exit from their life.
Arggg for the third time.
You can only type one word answers.
Copy this and paste it in your blog with your one word answers.
1. Yourself: curvy
2. Your boyfriend/girlfriend: hunky
3. Your hair: slick
4. Your mother: dancer
5. Your Father: drummer
6. Your Favorite Item: books
7. Your dream last night: horror
8. Your Favorite drink: water
9. Your Dream Car: corvette
10. The room you are in: front
11. Your Ex: cute
12. Your fear: aniihalation
13. What you want to be in 10 years: comfortable
14. Who'd you hang out with last night: women
15. What You're Not: uptight
16. Muffins: top
17: One of Your Wish List Items: table
18: Time: afternoon
19. The Last Thing You Did: danced
20. What You Are Wearing: sword
21. Your Favorite Weather: autumn
22. Your Favorite Book: all
23. The last thing you ate: burrito
24. Your Life: busy
25. Your Mood: amused
26. Your best friend: several
27. What are you thinking about right now: dancing
28. Your vehicle: van
29. What are you doing at the moment: typing
30. Your summer: frazzeling
31. Your relationship status: awesome
32. What is on your TV: candles
33. What is the weather like: beautiful
34. When is the last time you laughed: previously
I can drive again, and have consequently jumped back into the grind. Spent all day today, and will probably spend half of tommorow fixing the car (I was doing that Tuesday and Wednesday last week, before the 'event'). Finally figured out it is just an old battery, alternator is fine and everything else is fine. However, the garage at my dealership wanted $140 for the battery and labor to put it in. Screw that dude. I can buy the same battery for $50 at Sam's and they do free installation.
I don't really want to, but I should learn how to put a battery in the van. This is the first vehicle I have owned with a side mount battery, and I am not thrilled about working on it. It is one of those engines where you can only reach half of what you need, and that only from the bottom. I love the interior room, and space for the kids, and the stuff, but oh how I miss my old boats.
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