Celebration Cupcakes Recipe – Because We Hit 2 Million Views!

“Children take joy in their work and sometimes as adults we forget that’s something we should continue doing.” ~ Ashley Ormon   Sometime last Friday Cauldrons and Cupcakes hit two million views. Two million views is cause for celebration. And we did. With cupcakes, of course! Dear Readers, thank you so much for all of the […]

A Lovely Afternoon!

“It is easy to decide on what is wrong to wear to a party, such as deep-sea diving equipment or a pair of large pillows, but deciding what is right is much trickier.” ~ Lemony Snicket, The Slippery Slope   I thought I’d give you a little snapshot of yesterday’s successful afternoon tea, which was, in […]

2014 – My Blogging Year in Review

“Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can.” ~ Arthur Ashe   At the end of each year, WordPress offers you an informative little review to celebrate the progress of your blog. Click on a button on your stats page (a page on the WordPress dashboard that all bloggers can access) and […]

Why This Psychic Blogs About Cooking!

“No one who cooks, cooks alone. Even at her most solitary, a cook in the kitchen is surrounded by generations of cooks past, the advice and menus of cooks present, the wisdom of cookbook writers.” ~ Laurie Colwin “If you are careful,’ Garp wrote, ‘if you use good ingredients, and you don’t take any shortcuts, […]

Where did my day go?

“Time was passing like a hand waving from a train I wanted to be on.” ~ Jonathan Safran Foer   I lost a whole day. I lost yesterday. One moment I was about to go to bed, ready to wake up in the morning and do, well… stuff, I guess. The next thing I know an […]

Bittersweet cupcake celebrations…

“The wound is the place where the Light enters you.” ~ Rumi This should be a post about birthdays and love, and it is all of those things.  But it’s also a post about love and loss, and the way grief can affect us. The Fourth of July has long been a special day for […]

A Cup of Tea and Comfort…

Living and working as a psychic can be quite draining, although I love what I do. It’s not dissimilar to any other ‘caring’ profession, where you are totally focused on the needs of others, in a way that leaves little time for yourself. I’ve learned that the best way to avoid burnout for me is […]

Rescue helicopters, cupcakes and caring…

Most of us expect that when we’re in trouble help will come.  And we never know what that trouble might look like – a fire, a flood, a car accident, a sudden illness, a job loss or the death of a loved one. We never think it will be us, and heaven knows I hope […]

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