crystal bbs full moon cleansing
The Rumblr’s in-house astrologer, Madame Clairevoyant, presents her latest dispatch from the stars:
Virgo: This week is for getting out from underneath the clouds that have been hanging over you, this week is for breaking the curses that have stuck to you, this week is for tapping into the best magic you have. Some things take energy and some things take time and some things take magic, and this week you can find whichever of these things you most need. You can practice fearlessness this week. You can practice loving yourself just so much. Listen to songs sung by witches and songs sung by ghosts. Listen to Kate Bush.
Today’s image was made specially for Madame Clairevoyant by Jen May.
f these are always so good
i am a crumpled up love letter
my boyfriend is playing me devendra banhart songs on his guitar so life is pretty much a dream.
Anonymous said: what are you planning to do with all that kale you've got left over?
today I woke up in really bad shape all My organs were swollen and I could barely walk, sleepy, nauseous. Christopher drove us to a tiny town with old abandoned railroads where we watched a live Irish folk band play and visited their perfect quaint, magical museum with crystals and tiny colonial baby boots and seriously great stuff and I talked to his really cool friend who plays bluegrass and talks really fast and I liked it. I feel better now. I think it’s cause I put my flower crown on. I can’t wait to sleep.
it hurts. I want nothing.
Above him were seraphim, each with six wings: With two wings they covered their faces, with two they covered their feet, and with two they were flying.
"This is a song you may find yourself singing if, um, all hope is gone. And, uh, you’re like, “oh man, this sucks that all hope is gone! I liked it better when there was hope! I guess it’s too late to really be worrying about that now, though, that’s what the whole meaning of the word gone is, isn’t it?” Maybe you look it up in a dictionary. But there’s just a picture of your motel, under that. You think, “that— that’s really fucked up.” It’s like a movie, you start looking around for cameras. There’s no cameras."
John Darnielle, the Mountain Goats live at Bowery Ballroom, 2011-03-28