So last night I went out with Tuxedo Cat’s father. But since I’ve only mentioned all of this in passing in my mood trackers, allow me to recap things a bit first. Continue reading
I haven’t posted anything personal outside of my mood trackers in awhile. I’ve been stuck in my head for a long time and have been buried in my work. Continue reading
The only thing worse than being late is being left hanging. Just don’t do that to people.
Team Goblin’s tarot forecast covers the wisdom of the village this time around so this weekend’s Chaos Rally playlist is filled with country songs about family. Enjoy!
As always I’ve been busy tinkering away with things. Today I’ve just finished scanning and exporting my copy of the Shadowscapes Tarot. This makes a total of five tarot decks that I’ve converted into a 3D asset now for my custom rendering purposes. Continue reading
It’s been a month now since Little Bear was admitted to in-patient for possible psychosis and during that entire time I’ve only mentioned it in my mood trackers. I didn’t know how to talk about it. He’s been home since Thursday night and I’m still not sure how to talk about, but I’m going to try. Continue reading
I’m very pleased to announce that my online tarot shop, Tode’s Tarot, is finally up and running and ready for business.
Happy Halloween everyone! I thought what better way to celebrate the holiday this year than to keep a promise I made way back in this post about going over a reading I did for myself using Daily Tarot Girl’s Meet Your Alter Ego Tarot Spread. Continue reading
My friend has been found! Here’s the news article here. Another friend has messaged me to let me know that a family member has made arrangements to bring him home safely. Thank you so much for those that reposted, retweeted, reblogged and offered words of comfort and support. I’m so glad this story has a happy ending.
This is my friend, Nathan Haynes. The last time I spoke to him was on the phone last Monday, September 10, 2018 around 2:30pm.
He sounded distressed and scared. He didn’t know where his car was and he wanted to come back home to Maine.
I didn’t fully understand why he was in Oregon, he was speaking so fast, but I did understand the fear and confusion he conveyed. Continue reading