Baby Crows in the Chaos of My Spiritual Chocolate Bath

One morning and most of the afternoon reading literary classics does things to my witchy brain. And because those things aren’t always good, I take breaks in between to keep my head from imploding.

I usually write during those breaks, but today I read blogs and hopped around the web. I found a bunch of giveaway-shaped goodies and thought it would be nice to share the maybe-luck. Here are a few:

Author Laura DeLuca is giving away a lovely bundle “that includes 1 small candle, 1 Soap, 1 Lip Balm, 1 Mini Scrub, and 1 Mini lotion.” On a different giveaway—yes, if you haven’t signed up for Laura’s newsletter go ahead and give it a go, she’s always loaded with lovely things. The winner of the second giveaway will get to brag about his or her ScentSationals: “a warmer, a plug in, and… four scents.”
 
There is more, Stacy visited Faerie Moon Creations, talked about her art, and left a bunch of her baby crows for the world to have. Go have some, my Luvs.
 
  
While at Torizworld, my dear witchy friend asked if I liked chocolate. What is she, insane? Of course I love chocolate! If you, too, would blog for delicious things that melt in your mouth, stop by The Whispers of Autumn and get some.
Nichole and Amy from Spiritual Thoughts and KnitChaos, respectively, want to Pay It Forward. Witchy girls can do magic with hands and needles. I can only imagine the wonderful things these ladies will do unto others with their hands. They are waiting for takers, wont you join the campaign? Doing unto others feels great. Trust me; Ive done it and will continue doing it.
  
Now back to Wordsworth’s Lyrical Ballads: With Pastoral and Other Poems. Exciting, isn’t it? *Tries to hide a groan, but fails. Thinks of chocolate, and wins.*


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22 comments:

  1. *sigh* I read your headline and all I could think was, "I want some chocolate." It's that kind of day.

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  2. Thanks for posting about my pay it forward! Hopefully I'll get some takers and I'll get to some some awesome stuff for some awesome people :D

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  3. brandi2/20/2012

    ~eating dark chocolate as i read!!! isn't it amazing to stumble upon all these amzingly generous souls in the land of blog...good luck...much love light and blessings~

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  4. Slommler2/21/2012

     With that on my plate to read...chocolate would be my choice as well!!! 
    Hugs
    SUeAnn

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  5. Hold on a sec... You didn't realize I was insane? Honey, where have you been! LOL!

    And, I'm jealous of your reading material.  Call me insane again if you like - it's true anyway - but I happen to think that reading a collection of Wordsworth's poetry is a fantastic way to spend your time.  My parents got me a thick book full of his poetry for the Christmas I spent in Canada; they gave it to me early for reading material for on the plane.  I also took my gameboy and a collection of games and batteries, but it was the gameboy that sat neglected in my bag.  I miss that book now that I can't see to read it... *Sighs*

    See, told you I was insane! ;)

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  6. Jlalexia2/21/2012

    If Wordsworth is getting you down, try interspersing short stories by Saki or an original Brothers Grimm with a W. section of prose.  Reading the two writing styles closely together will either break your mind or save it! ;)

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  7. OK, Holy Moly girl!  I met the woman from Dreaming Tree Soapworks at a craft show this past Autum (she lives a stones throw from me) and bought 3 of her soaps and one was the Dark Goddess one in this giveaway.  Her soaps are AMAZING amazing and I use them for my magical baths.  Small world huh.

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  8. Love it! Oh boy, how am I going to compete with these amazing handmade things? I'm sure I'll think of something. In the meantime, here is my own "Pay it Forward" post linking back to yours, Magaly: "Handmade from the Heart" http://paganbydesign.blogspot.com/2012/02/handmade-from-heart.html

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  9. I know exactly what you mean. 

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  10. I hope the awesome people get there soon!

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  11. Yum, dark chocolate and amazingly generous souls!

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  12. And wine; yes, wine, too.

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  13. I love the poetry, I can't stand the "moderation." I know we are treating the writings as text to be digested and dissected, but poetry should be nibbled and enjoyed. 

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  14. I love Saki, "The Storyteller" being one of my favorite of his, and the Brothers Grimm, yum! But I, too, have suffered the "study" of their work. *sigh*

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  15. The world is tiny indeed! So we better start bathing with Dark Goddess soap to keep the place smelling fresh and filled with positive energies ;-D

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  16. It will come to you, my luv, I'm sure of that. I can't wait to see it!

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  17. Magaly, this is so sweet of you! Thanks for sharing the giveaways and Nichole's pay it forward ;o) I want to thank you personally for the beautiful things you said on Theresa's blog ;o) You and Oma Linda got me crying! Big Hugs ;o)

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  18. SunshineShelle2/21/2012

    I KNOW I read this post & as a distracted hopper (sounds like you as you were reading your badlads? ballads? too) I merrily jumped off onto another wonderful link you shared here & low & behold - I left no virtual mark in your comment section... so back & marking your territory now LOL...  look at these gorgeous assembled treasures, a feast for all senses & you sweet Magaly, have just increased your competition for these precious items... thank you in sharing the opportunity to partake x

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  19. You know what that very disturbing Enrrique Iglesias song says, I "Love to See You Cry" Okay, only because of happiness ;-)

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  20. Life isn't fun enough without a little competition, luv. Or a lot ;-)

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  21. Liar. 

    You know I had to say that, right? Blame the unsavory joke on sleep deprivation. Now, you need to hit me back, to keep me awake.

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