#WitchyWednesday: Week 11

Happy Wednesday!

I’ll be doing four prompts a week, on Wednesdays, tagged #WitchyWednesday on Twitter. I’m happy to clarify anything and respond to any questions or comments. Feel free to contact me as well! As for the prompts, they’re originally from a Tumblr post by user Baduhennasraven.

Here’s this week’s prompts:

  1. What are my hobbies, how do I (or can I) incorporate them in my witchcraft?
  2. Where do my non-witchy talents lie, how do I (or can I) incorporate them in my witchcraft?
  3. What would my dream witchy life look like? What steps can I take to work towards it?
  4. What would my dream sacred space/witchy home look like? What steps can I take to work towards it?

What are my hobbies, how do I (or can I) incorporate them in my witchcraft?

I actually already incorporate magic into my crocheting by picking sacred number either in the base rows or in the number of repeats as significant to me or to the intended recipient.

As a kitchen witch, I also incorporate intent into my cooking and baking.


Where do my non-witchy talents lie, how do I (or can I) incorporate them in my witchcraft?

My non-witchy talents are crocheting, cooking, and being a general multi-media artist and writer. I’ve made blessing cards/hex cards in the past for friends, can rhyme spells fairly well on the fly, and incorporate intent into most everything I make.


What would my dream witchy life look like? What steps can I take to work towards it?

I’m not quite sure how to answer this one. My dream “witchy life” would have me celebrating the Turning of the Wheel more often. I know the Summer Solstice/Litha just passed. Because of COVID-19, I can’t really have people over all that much, nor am I comfortable going out and communing with other people.

I’d also like to embrace more sustainable and seasonally-aware lifestyle. I don’t know if I’ll ever be one for gardening, but being more in tune with the natural cycle of things would be nice. Especially if I can get above the Mason-Dixon line at some point and have actual seasons rather than the sub-tropic travesty that is Florida’s seasons.


What would my dream sacred space/witchy home look like? What steps can I take to work towards it?

My dream witchy space or home would be a cottage. Nothing too big, something without a creepy, unnatural lawn. A place with a literal hearth and fireplace would be ideal. Right now, I’m in a transitory space, one of the in-betweens of life. So I don’t know where to set my goal post, which makes working towards something a little difficult.

I know I want to embrace making more things and have a set altar space again. I do miss that.


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