I’m not gonna sit around and waste my precious divine energy trying to explain and be ashamed of things you think are wrong with me.

Esperanza Spalding (via loveyourchaos)

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elfguts:

Bones and bells. 
I keep whispering “I’m a married lady.” to myself because it cracks me up. 
I’M A MARRIED LADY.

We did this. Best Halloween.

elfguts:

Bones and bells. 

I keep whispering “I’m a married lady.” to myself because it cracks me up. 

I’M A MARRIED LADY.

We did this. Best Halloween.

People have a right to get stoned. They have a right to think and explore their own minds. This is as intimate a part of their being as their sexuality. Any culture which mitigates that is clearly afraid of a full and fair and open dialogue about what reality is and what real human values ought to be.

Terence McKenna (via broccolibrothers)

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spooky-muffins:

neohippiewoman:

I have nothing to say for myself.  You may think, ‘waste of time’ and I think, ‘my life is more magical when my chickens wear gnome bonnets’.  Besides, Marilyn the chicken deserved a little whimsy in her wardrobe.

spooky-muffins:

neohippiewoman:

I have nothing to say for myself.  You may think, ‘waste of time’ and I think, ‘my life is more magical when my chickens wear gnome bonnets’.  Besides, Marilyn the chicken deserved a little whimsy in her wardrobe.

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elfguts:

Look what I found in my mailbox this morning. Magic.

elfguts:

Look what I found in my mailbox this morning. Magic.

thedailywhat:

Holy Schnikes! of the Day: Artist Giuseppe Penone removes the growth rings on trees to reveal what they looked like in their youth.
No big deal.
[thanks, alison!]

thedailywhat:

Holy Schnikes! of the Day: Artist Giuseppe Penone removes the growth rings on trees to reveal what they looked like in their youth.

No big deal.

[thanks, alison!]

(via plasticvines)

playing scavenger hunt for a bonus mark in my botany lab. I found the ginkgo!

playing scavenger hunt for a bonus mark in my botany lab. I found the ginkgo!

plasticvines:

Drinking coffee, listening to Mariee Sioux, and scrolling the moss tag because I miss the woods. 

I wish you could have come with me on my first day of field school. we drove north/west out of town for about an hour and stopped at a lowland black spruce bog. the ground was was totally spongy; a thick, lush carpet of mosses that you could walk across. our feet sank down almost to our knees in moss, but it was strong enough to hold us up.

in the forest itself, the trees were so thick that there wasn’t really any underbrush at all. just giant spruce trees and a carpet of moss. tiny little cranberries and blueberries here and there. I ate wild cranberries and spotted tiny shrooms - the whole day was magical. 

I miss your face!

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Nature and books belong to the eyes that see them.

Ralph Waldo Emerson (via enchanted-wind)

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darkmoontarot:

HOW TO MAKE RED CLOVER TINCTURE & THE HEALTH BENEFITS

Red Clover is a sweet smelling herb that is an excellent source of phytoestrogen. It has many health benefits for women, such as treating PMS, Menopause, and Osteoporosis. It has also been shown to aid in cardiovascular health as well as preventing cancer cells from growing.  Red clover contains valuable nutrients including calcium, chromium, magnesium, niacin, phosphorus, potassium, thiamine, and vitamin C. 

RED CLOVER TINCTURE RECIPE

  1. Harvest the fragrant flowers from areas away from busy roads or any type of possible pollution. Wear gloves and use scissors to clip the tops
  2. Only harvest what you need to fill a small mason jar and always leave an offering.  I usually leave unsalted sunflower seeds
  3. DO NOT WASH THE FLOWER
  4. Place enough Red Clover flowers in your mason jar until they reach the top
  5. Pour 80 proof or higher vodka into the mason jar only half-way.  Use a spoon to stir the Red Clovers and make sure there are no air pockets.  Continue to fill the mason jar with vodka until it reaches the top.  Be careful not to leave any air gaps
  6. Place the lid on the mason jar and shake
  7. Label your jar with date, time, and contents
  8. Store in a cool, dry place and make sure to shake at least once a day for the next 2-3 weeks
  9. When ready, strain the tincture through a very fine filter.  You may have to do this a couple of times to ensure there are no particles in your tincture
  10. Pour in dark dropper bottles and ouila!!

ADULT DOSAGE

60 - 100 drops, 3 times per day under the tongue or added to tea.  Always consult your doctor when treating any condition or before using.

The pictures above are from my Red Clover harvest today and tincture that is now in my herb cupboard waiting to be enjoyed

Green blessings,

Kris @ Dark Moon Tarot

(via plasticvines)