Welcome to my blog. As I go along, it will be further developed.
Sorry to burst your bubble, but I am engaged. Also, I think this message you sent is a scam.
Sorry to disappoint you, but I am engaged. Also, I’m pretty sure this message is a scam.
Since I only follow like four blogs, my dash is kinda dead. Therefor, please reblog/like if you post:
or anything along these lines. Thank you!I blog about folklore, witchcraft and history. And herbs.
I blog about witchcraft!
I blog about witchcraft and my experiences with it, and whatever random thought strikes my fancy.
I know I haven’t been very active on here as of late… with finals right before the holidays and then the holidays and then the cruise I just got back from on the 17th, its just been really hectic. My relationship status, happily upgraded from “in a relationship” to “engaged” on this vacation, which is exciting, and I still have yet to update my status on my Facebook. I’m making this post more as inspiration from a post I saw here on tumblr. Someone had posted some artwork where it was different faces, but they were covered up by flowers, and it reminded me of some artwork I had seen on the cruise. The artist was Emille Bellet. I don’t know if I spelled his name correctly, but he is a french painter who makes beautiful paintings of women. What I love most about these women is that none of them ever have a face, and when I first found out the reason why, I loved them even more. Bellet believes that when you paint a face on a woman, she becomes a specific person, whether or not the face is of a woman who exists, she has an identity. By not putting a face on the women he paints, she remains unidentifiable and a representation of all women and the beauty of a woman.
I just wanted to share that little tidbit before going to sleep and before these thoughts just swirl around in my head only to forget them after being nearly consumed by them for a few days.
This concludes my random post. Goodnight and be well. :)