Thursday, March 31, 2022

Ebb & Flow: March 2022

 The highs and lows of the month.

MoonaLisa Cedarwood and Patchouli EDP (all natural, I love it)

Perfume Oil:
Arcana Wildcraft Strawberries Crave Waterfalls and Nocturne Alchemy Wisteria Petal Ice Cream

Body Butter:
Future Primitive Campfire Marshmallows

Future Primitive Tobacconist bar soap

Future Primitive original shampoo bar

Future Primitive Clotted Peach Cream hair rinse

Skin Care:
Blood Moon Botanica Moon Dew mixed with Forest & Fjord Deep Forest serum

Lip Balm:
For Strange Women Baba Yaga 

Bath and Body Works White Tea and Sage

Candles From the Keeping Room strawberry blends

Sumo oranges, Jelly Bean grapes, soy sauce and butter flavored Pocky stick type things

Water, Coffee, Doctor D's probiotic kombucha in crisp apple

 Snow White, Blood Red short stories of dark, horror fairy tales

Seinfeld with the girls, my first barred owl in our own backyard, flowers blooming everywhere

John Denver's greatest hits on vinyl all the time while cooking.

Library book sale this coming weekend, more wildflowers to bloom so I can make mini bouquets to tuck all around the house, and the next Candles From the Keeping Room opening.

Mosquitoes (already being attacked), state testing at school, dealing with the insurance companies over my health stuff and hospital stay. 

The mystery box of crystals I ordered from The Spirit Nectar off of Etsy. They were amazing!

Mr. Art Wood's beeswax tapers on Etsy. They don't burn well and go out all the time. I really like Pitch Pine Pottery's beeswax tapers but they are rather spendy. If you have recs I will take them.

A lot of financial struggles around the house this year, health issues, state of affairs in the world, in teaching. Trying to stay positive.

The rush of spring being here. Getting excited about plants and growing things again. The thrill of bugs, wildlife, chickens. Fresh eggs. Fresh flowers. Fresh breezes. Good books. Good smells. Good people. Soft sheets. Cold water. Comfy chairs to read in (found an old one for $35 at a thrift store and I love it). 

How are things for you? Try anything new you love? What are you craving? What small things are you really loving?

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