Hello lovely!

My name is Skyler and it's a pleasure to have you on my blog. <3 I am fairly new to this spiritual path and have taken up studying sea witchcraft. I love the water and being in nature. This is a place to gather the things that pertain to my studies and interest me in this beautiful new world.
I find beauty in life and want nothing more than to walk this path my own way.

This is a side blog so I sadly cannot follow or send messages but please do still feel free to talk! I adore each and every one of you. <3
lucidcrystals:

some of my favourites &lt;3 
lucidcrystals:

some of my favourites &lt;3 
lucidcrystals:

some of my favourites &lt;3 

lucidcrystals:

some of my favourites <3 

featherfriendsstudio:

new nature, gemstone,  moon, freestyle bohemian themed jewellery available in my shop, made with Love. Please share and dont remove the links ♥ thank you so much!
this labradorite necklace is available here
featherfriendsstudio:

new nature, gemstone,  moon, freestyle bohemian themed jewellery available in my shop, made with Love. Please share and dont remove the links ♥ thank you so much!
this labradorite necklace is available here
featherfriendsstudio:

new nature, gemstone,  moon, freestyle bohemian themed jewellery available in my shop, made with Love. Please share and dont remove the links ♥ thank you so much!
this labradorite necklace is available here

featherfriendsstudio:

new nature, gemstone,  moon, freestyle bohemian themed jewellery available in my shop, made with Love. Please share and dont remove the links ♥ thank you so much!

this labradorite necklace is available here

unfetteredwood:

{this is my second post about my seasonal rituals this past summer}

Midsummer morning I went down to the lake to greet the rising sun, and sent out a little vessel of offerings dedicated to the spirits of the lake. This for me was a newly adopted tradition, which was inspired by some fellow Gaelic Polytheists who carry on a Manx tradition of ”paying the rent”, usually dedicated to Manannán mac Lir. Given that I am not a devotee to Manannán, and I do not live in a region associated with him, I thought that it would be more suitable to make offerings to spirits that are hosts of my area. The vessel was made of woven twigs and lined with leaves {it did not float for too long, but I wanted it to be made of something that would not disturb things too much} and filled with flowers, which were finally popping up everywhere in the garden.

A good portion of the day was spent in the garden assembling a critter hotel, installing a couple more bee watering stations, and toad houses. The rest of the day was spent simply relaxing in the garden with an outdoor supper. It was nice to be outside around all of our flora and fauna friends, especially after such a long winter.

A couple of days later I got a small amount of time off work which was busily spent once again in the garden, this time mostly for harvesting. This was first kicked off by decorating our seasonal shrine with flowers and herbs in honour of Airmid.

During the harvesting process I of course did plenty of drying but also made various herbal oils. I also did quite a bit of crafting during this time period, such as experimenting with new incense blends, teas and herbal bath salts. 

I also did a lot of cooking with herbs, including making a little feast of wildflower salad, bannocks with thyme and chive butter, various herbal drinks, lavender and chocolate mint shortbreads, lemon balm cookies, strawberry and rhubarb crisp and meadowsweet sorbet.

After making my offering of herbal goodies I started a rather healing ritual that took place over a period of nine days as well as crafting items for healing.

One more to go!

owls-n-elderberries:

unwritten paths by florianpainke on Flickr.
owls-n-elderberries:

unwritten paths by florianpainke on Flickr.
owls-n-elderberries:

unwritten paths by florianpainke on Flickr.
earthen-soul:

lady-uskglass:
What once was by Patatje36
earthen-soul:

lady-uskglass:
What once was by Patatje36
earthen-soul:

lady-uskglass:
What once was by Patatje36
In Search Of the Ancients - Dusk-Abomination

*flops over*
Today was my first day of work at the hardware store… the manager sat me down and told me when (not if) the job gets to be too much that I should come to him and not just quit. Apparently many have bailed ship on this job. It was very sobering and made me only want to try harder to prove myself as a person who can handle it. Will it be hard? Oh goodness yes. Will I give up? Not without a fight. Will I need stronger coffee? Definitely.