Link Round Up 9/2/16

We have a huge, gigantic wedding this weekend at the shop, so it's been more quiet here that I'd like.  I've been thinking a lot recently about what I want to bring to the Pagan movement at this time in my life.  Unfortunately, because of this large wedding, I'll be missing Philadelphia Pagan Pride Day.  Next year, I hope to attend.  Expect at least one blog post next week about this portion of my life.

 Tall centerpieces for the big blue wedding.  There are eight of these, and then eight urns and five smaller footed bowls.  Luckily, the bridal party consists of just five bridesmaids and five groomsmen.

Tall centerpieces for the big blue wedding.  There are eight of these, and then eight urns and five smaller footed bowls.  Luckily, the bridal party consists of just five bridesmaids and five groomsmen.

 This is just one of the many armfuls of delphinium that came into the shop for the big blue wedding.  Pictured here are 150 stems, out of a total 1,200 that were ordered.  There is no filter on this photo - the blooms truly are this vibrant.

This is just one of the many armfuls of delphinium that came into the shop for the big blue wedding.  Pictured here are 150 stems, out of a total 1,200 that were ordered.  There is no filter on this photo - the blooms truly are this vibrant.

On to the links!

Lots of us know what CSA's are, but have you heard of a CHS?  Community Supported Herbalism, right here.  

Ritual and boundaries.

 Several intact flower heads were in this bag of sweetness.

Several intact flower heads were in this bag of sweetness.

I was just gifted a bag of rose petals from a flower farmer friend of mine, and I'm not yet sure what I'll make with them.  A tincture?  Infused honey?  Lip balm?  Maybe this.  Or maybe these.

The Random Tea Room and Curiosity Shop has the best mint tea I've ever had.  I grew a lot of mint in my garden this year, so it can be fun to add sweet mint to their blend.  It's nice to treat yourself to a good cup of tea, now that the weather is not in the nineties.  

I've decided that this blog will be more educational for those interested in learning about Paganism and witchcraft, and so, here is my first link for you to peruse.  I'll explain more next week about why I chose this one.

A new-to-me tarot (actually an oracle) deck for me to add to my wishlist.