The latest addition to my collection of ‘shiny things’ arrived early this morning — a beautiful glass Dragon medicine jar handmade by Marcel Rensmaag. I fell in love with it as soon as I saw photos of it on Marcel’s Facebook page about a week ago, so I immediately inquired about its availability — and now it’s here after its long flight from the Netherlands to Australia! Yay! 😀
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Dragonhenge has a NEW address!
April 3rd, 2017 — The Dragonhenge website has been inaccessible for the last week or so but never fear, the site has not been removed! 😀 Continue reading
Once again the Dragons and I have worked weather magick, and in a most spectacular fashion! My niece’s wedding was to be held at a seaside public park called Glastonbury Gardens near Wollongong, NSW Australia. Storms and rain were forecast for the day, which of course would ruin the wedding as there was no undercover area to use as an alternative to the open air garden setting. But it wasn’t just “normal” rain that was forecast — at 3.46pm on Saturday (the afternoon of the wedding) the Bureau of Meteorology issued a severe thunderstorm warning for the Greater Wollongong area which warned of destructive winds, large hailstones and heavy rainfall that could lead to flash flooding. I had already started working with the Dragons well beforehand to create some fine weather for the wedding, and I was certainly not disappointed! Continue reading
“Summon the Evening Dragon” by Hagge from hagge.deviantart.com/art/Summon-the-evening-dragon-63618486
Just some ramblings that evolved from a few quiet moments spent sitting outside on my verandah on different days, watching the weather, listening and waiting for Dragons, contemplating random thoughts… Continue reading