Me: *as Ragnar goes for about his thirtieth kiss today* Babe, if you keep kissing me, you’re gonna get sick!
Ragnar: *pauses briefly* …You say that like it’s gonna stop me.
so today my ap art history teacher was teaching us about Hapshetsut the only female pharaoh and he was like “have you seen women they can pop out a baby and be like alright let’s go” and then he walked over to this guy and aimed his fist towards his balls and the guy flinched and held his crotch so he was like “men may be stronger but women are tougher” and then he said “so when someone tells you to grow a pair, they mean ovaries”
Humidifier and cough drops acquired, cup of cold water prepared, throat-soothing tea steeping, sick-day movies stacked, sleeping place comfy-fied.
And that’s how a Landwalker gets through her illnesses.
Halloween is more than just a day — it’s a MONTH! REBLOG if you agree!
Yes, that could absolutely work. Sort of the opposite of a “Notice Me Senpai” spell.
If you’re looking to tailor your mix, herbs like lemon or carrot seed, mistletoe, camphor, vervain, and blue cohosh are good for warding off unwanted sexual and/or romantic attraction.
-hugs- Come into the Not-Sleeping Blanket Fort. Tonight’s Sleepless Netflix Choice is Xena: Warrior Princess followed by Stardust*crawls in*
Sitting up ‘cause I’m too antsy to lie down. Spent ten minutes pacing, could not rest until I’d found the spirit house that hangs over my altar (it was in the big bag o’ herb jars for some reason), went and got ice water only my hands were shaking so badly it almost became an ice BATH, grabbed peanut butter and crackers and an ice pack, and now sitting here trying not to get sick by main force of will.
The hot and cold flashes would seem to indicate that it’s not working.
- Brown / Orange
- SALMON / TUNA
- PEANUT BUTTER
- CHEDDAR CHEESE
Ancient & Magickal Alphabets
- Hieratic (“shorthand cursive hieroglyphs”)
- Demotic (Egyptian; not to be confused with Demotic Greek)
- Hebrew alphabet (note that there are many versions of the Hebrew language)
- Greek alphabet
- Futhark runic alphabet
- Ogham (“Celtic Tree alphabet”)
- Theban alphabet, aka Honorian alphabet or Runes of Honorius
- Chaldean (the Syriac alphabet?)
- Malachim alphabet
- Magi, Alphabet of the
- Celestial Alphabet/Angelic Script (not to be confused with John Dee's Enochian alphabet)
- Passing the River/Passage du Fleuve/Transitus Fluvii
- Masonic/Rosicrucian/Pigpen Cipher/Tic-Tac-Toe Cipher
- Tengwar script (for Tolkien’s Elvish languages)
- Angerthas/Certhas/Cirth (for Tolkien’s Dwarven languages)
Celestial Alphabet/Angelic Script, Malachim, and Passing the River were made up by 16th century German alchemist/astrologer/lawyer/magician/occultist/soldier/theologist Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa. Theban was created by 15th century German cryptographer/historian/lexicographer/occultist/theologian Johannes Trithemius, one of Agrippa’s teachers. The Alphabet of the Magi was created by 16th century Swiss German alchemist/astrologer/botanist/occultist/physician/toxicologist Theophrastus Bombastus von Hohenheim (aka Paracelsus), another of Trithemius’s students, who rejected Agrippa’s magical theories.Those, and the two Tolkien made, are entirely fictional and are good to use in most any context. All the others are real alphabets from real cultures — some still used today — so be VERY aware of and careful with them.
More writing systems can be found at Omniglot.
Oh geez, it shifts depending on what I’m reading sometimes. But I think…I think I can summon five to mind, in no particular order.
- Dreams Made Flesh by Anne Bishop (Black Jewels anthology)
- Captain’s Fury by Jim Butcher (Codex Alera, Book 4)
- Coraline by Neil Gaiman
- The Other Boleyn Girl by Philippa Gregory
- Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery
dream date: we get chinese food delivered, it’s raining, i take a shower in your shower (it must be a nice shower with good water pressure), you let me wear your clothes after i shower, you have a cat that i can pet, we watch movies, i fall asleep in your bed for like fifteen hours, you fall in love with me
No, it’s all right!
The website, among other things, has been on hold because I moved to another state earlier this month. August was pretty much spent preparing, and this month has been spent settling into working at home, setting up, and subsequently running a household.
My writing and my etsy shop have both been on hold and it’s making me very sad. I want very much to get back into my writing projects and the website in particular as soon as things calm down, but I’m not sure when that will be.
It does make me smile that you enjoy the website enough to ask when it’s going to be updated, so thanks for that! I hope to have more content up soon!