The Great Migration

Some of you may have noticed that this spring, and this year in fact, has seen me very quiet on my websites and blog.  I even temporarily took down services and merchandise during this time at The Witch’s Corner and The Tarot Parlour with very good reason.  My beloved life partner Bob and I sold our houses in Nebraska and moved to Arizona.  This undertaking involved weeks of working with realtors; cleaning out two houses of belongings; finding resolutions to an issue standing in the way; coordinating the sale and closing dates for two houses in two different cities/counties, as well as the purchase of a new house at the other end of the country; and dealing with all of life’s normal daily activities and issues along the way.

This was the biggest most exciting adventure of my life.  It was physically and emotionally exhausting, sometimes frustrating, often scary and overwhelming.  It involved two flights to Arizona, house hunting, and decisions that had to be made quickly and logically for everything to fall into place and magickal timing to manifest realities.

It worked.

In the end we had three houses in three different cities and two states that wound up with the closing dates for all three On The Same Day.  We literally packed a U-Haul, left Nebraska, and drove directly to our new house!  It was incredible, and the coincidence (or synchronicity) was not lost on the realtors involved (fantastic ladies!)

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We’ve settled in beautiful Casa Grande, Arizona. It’s an inspiring location for magickal, metaphysical, and psychic growth. I’m delighted to be working from this location to make a Magickal Connection with you!

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The Family Chicken– Miss Cletus

Every magickal household seems to have its odd array of animal creatures, and ours is no exception.  We have a chicken named Cletus who grew up in our household with the kids.  She learned to sit in someone’s lap and watch tv; she had a favorite blanket at the foot of my bed; she was used to perching on someone’s shoulder and when she grew up and got heavy, she still assumed this was her rightful perch.  She chases the cats, sleeps in her indoor kennel at night, lays an egg a day, and is one of the luckiest chickens I know…