Lazy Sunday

June Domagick Day 18 It is difficult to describe what exactly I did for Ipos today. I carried his disk on my keychain and handled it whenever I changed clothes, but otherwise focused on the practical aspects of relaxation today. I took a nap, I played with pencil crayons and markers, and did very little […]

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Relearning Relaxation

June Domagick Day 17 I haven’t worked in the food industry for years, but I spent today at a local farmer’s market selling BBQ products. The crowd snapped up samples almost as soon as I could set them out. I don’t think I’ve ever worked anywhere so busy. I didn’t find it stressful, though. I […]

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A Good Week, All in All

Domagick Day 16 Errands! Some days you have to run ’em. Today was that day. Before heading out grocery shopping, I said my last prayer to Botis for the week. I will continue carrying his enchanted disk on my keychain over the summer (and most likely well into the school year) but today will be […]

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Every day, a little something!

Domagick Day 13 The pattern of my Domagick Enchantment project is probably becoming apparent now. To draw useful qualities and resources into my life before I go back to school in September, I’ll work with a different spirit each week across June and July. I’ll invoke the spirit and run their energy through a disk […]

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June Domagick Day 11

I purposely kept my work with Ipos low key today. I charged his enchanted disk passively by carrying it in my pocket while window shopping for school. My family ventured to Ikea to look at the office furniture. I should be able to find more storage for my apartment at a decent price. It will […]

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The Beauty In Mistakes

Domagick Day 7 I finally got to remake the enchanted disks for my back-to-school Domagick project last night. This meant starting my June work all over, but I’d decided the wooden ones I’d made first were too heavy for my key chain; I was willing to learn from my mistake if could find lighter materials. […]

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