simmering a rew part 4 ~ salt and pepper to taste

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then i drew some cards about me (focusing on my work, friendships, and family)…

“soul knows the way,” a seabird soaring just outside a city tells the story of tuning in to the intuitive whispers even when there is a lot . . . → Read More: simmering a rew part 4 ~ salt and pepper to taste

simmering a rew part 3 ~ stir in wild ingredients

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with quinn in mind, and with thoughts of his life in general, his schooling, and his karate practice (at the time i pulled the cards, his dojo was undergoing a leadership transition), i pulled two cards with “wild” in the title. . . . → Read More: simmering a rew part 3 ~ stir in wild ingredients

simmering a rew part 2 ~ heat thoroughly

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the demise of summer/fall seems to be what prompts me to traditionally pull some cards from the two decks full of magic and bioluminescence that i keep on hand for inspiration and affirmation, and once again i pulled some for my . . . → Read More: simmering a rew part 2 ~ heat thoroughly

simmering a rew part 1 ~ soup starter

sifting through post drafts, i decided to simmer a bunch of separate ingredients in one soup pot, hoping they will complement one anothers’ flavors. one is too tangy alone, one is much too sappy, and still another one has an overpowering kick. it’ll either turn into a pleasingly balanced, wholesome chowder of words, or it . . . → Read More: simmering a rew part 1 ~ soup starter