We are not human beings having a spiritual experience, we are spiritual beings having a human experience

Thursday, October 23, 2014

Fun Friday!


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Wednesday, October 22, 2014

TWL's "Throwback Thursday"


Yup, if you guess that was my sister and twin soul, Judy (aka Rhiannon) and I in the above pic, you would be right! LOL! We also used to sing live together as well many years back. Here are a few pics for you from those days of yester-year (and then some)  ...

Judy singing (beautifully) harmony for me while I sang, "The Tide is High" live (top pic); and below, I have always loved this one of us. I always thought she resembled "The Bangles" lead singer Suzanna Hoffs in this one ("Walk Like an Egyptian" video come to mind to anyone?)

A 'lil Yule pic of Rhiannon

... and of me doing my "Genie" imitation for a Halloween party pic ~  LOL!


HAPPY "THROWBACK THURSDAY" EVERYONE!

Sunday, October 19, 2014

Pennhurst State School & Asylum



Last night, hubby & I went to the "untouched" section of Pennhurst State School & Asylum located in Spring City, PA ... NO actors, NO set ups!! Let me tell you, my friends, THIS PLACE IS HAUNTED ...


      

Saturday, October 18, 2014

Safe Holiday Recipe for Pets


Making the holiday's safe for our furr babies is always a very important thing to us all. Pet-proofing our home is vital to their well-being. Whether we share our lives with dogs, cats, rabbits or any other animal, we take certain precautions such as not using tinsel on Christmas/Yule trees, avoiding breakable ornaments, and, amongst other things, not leaving candy (most especially chocolate!) sitting around where they can get to them! 

I found a great recipe which you can make yourself at home for your pets that is both safe and easy ... Pets can't have chocolate, but they can have this treat!

Bewtiching Biscuts

1 1/2 cups whole wheat flour
1 cup white flour
1/2 cup water + 1 tablespoon water
2 tablespoons dry milk
1/3 cup corn meal
1 teaspoon baking powder
2 teaspoons cinnamon
1/2 cup oats
3 tablespoons vegetable oil
1/2 cup canned pumpkin

Mix ingredients together to a thick consistency, then roll the dough out about a quarter-inch thick. Cut the dough into two-inch long strips (or use a fun cookie cutter) and arrange on a cookie sheet. Bake for one hour at 350 degrees F.

                                        
Brightest Blessings ~
Kim




Thursday, October 16, 2014

Fun Friday! ~ "Dead Man's Party" Oingo Boingo Band

Our Samhain Altar



In anticipation of this coming Samhain, I have already begun preparing the altar which we will use. It includes a special place for my memorial pics as well ...


And, these are the corner candles which we always use, both indoors and out, for all of our sabbat rituals ...





Samhain is always a very special time for me, but this year I will be able to share this celebration with my dear sister, Robin ~ some of you may know her by her magickal name of Aurora Skye.


Brightest Blessings to All ~

Kim 


Monday, October 13, 2014

Hay Creek Apple Festival ~ 2014



Yesterday, we attended the annual Hay Creek Apple Festival and it was another beautiful year! The weather was in the low 70's and absolutely gorgeous! Of course, I just had to pick up a few little cheap items at their flea market ...

"Our Own Candle Company" handmade soy candles  ~ We LOVE these!!!

"One Hour Broom Parking" sign

More ornaments for our Halloween Tree

Pretty little ceramic Yule Heart tree ornaments

Ice Skate ornament

We always look forward to this event every year and every year we find a few things, both "old" and new, which we did not the year before. 


And, the home-cooked/baked food is so yummy that we never walk away hungry.  ;o)