2016 Blogging from A to Z Challenge – Accepted.

A few years ago, Christina Majaski challenged me in two ways. First, she said that she loved John Stamos more than I did – which is obviously complete bullshit.  Then, she challenged me to partake in the Blogging from A to Z Challenge. And I did it. It sucked a little bit, but I got through it. This year, my situation is a little different. I’ve spent the last year finishing my first book, and as I’m wrapping up the editing stage, I’ve noticed that I truly miss writing on my blog. They weren’t always long or terribly profound, but …

For me, the Tarot is like a mirror – it reflects back what’s going on in your life, allowing you to think and take stock. – Louise Underhill

One of the cool things about the internet is that I’ve created my own little tarot community online. People from all over the world who at first have this one thing in common with me. Over the years of interacting on Facebook and Twitter and Instagram, we find out more about each other and become colleagues.  One of my online buddies is Louise Underhill. Her website is thoughtful and she writes about her life and how it dances around with the tarot. It’s relatable  and interesting and she looks great in cloak. 😉  She also gave me a reading that …

My goal is to refrain from being a dull person. – Sarah Kate Buckles

There is a bar in St. Louis called The Fortuneteller Bar, and it kind of rediscovered itself, weirdly. As the owners were rehabbing the bar, they found the old sign that identified it as The Fortuneteller, and they ran with it. It’s a beautiful space on newly revitalized Cherokee Street in St. Louis City. The food is good, the bartenders are great, and they’ve got an extra service you won’t find in most other bars – they actually have fortune tellers. Good ones. The bar itself feeeeeels old. You know what I mean? Not like one of those New-old places …