Spring has passed and summer is once again illuminating our lives, which means that it is time for a new edition of my seasonal link love post in which standout links are partnered with updates about my own lie + (this time around) a discussion about the fact that Bloglovin’ has not been working properly as of late.
Spring is out in full force and in few corners of the Okanagan Valley is as serenely pretty as at Pleasant Valley Cemetery in Vernon, British Columbia - which just happens to burial ground that is at the heart of this, my latest Cemetery Journeys post.
Winter is ending, which means it is time for a new edition of my seasonal link love post in which standout links are partnered with updates about my own life + (this time around) heartfelt reflections on the devastating war in Ukraine.
In the sizzling hot heart
If you enjoy learning about and seeing cemeteries, you're going to love this list of 13 fantastic cemetery focused blogs that are perfect for taphophiles and graveyard fans the world over.
Come along with me as I take you on a photo and history filled tour of the serenely beautiful Memorial Park Cemetery located in the city of Kelowna, British Columbia.
In this post we're taking a look at what might just be my favourite card I've ever made (with instructions on how to DIY one of your own), exploring the subject of Summerween, and chatting about my upcoming birthday.
Do cemeteries spark a passion in you? Do you seek out graveyards when you travel? Are you powerfully drawn to burial grounds and topics pertaining to them? If so, you might just be a taphophile!
You might have heard of graveyard dirt, but are you familiar with the magickal properties of graveyard snow? Read on for tips and ideas on how to use graveyard snow in your wintertime magick.