So I had all these plans to do a blog and pictures of my trip to Tahquamenon Falls and post a card for last week, but low and behold the universe had other plans!. My sister and I arrived at our campsite at the lower falls, and no signal on the smart phones, no signals on the wifi anywhere in the state park. So instead I am posting the card for this week. So I star by giving thanks for me, and for the wonderful, restful, and inspiring trip to the falls. For me this week, this card is already helping me process all the wonderful elemental magic around me during my trip to Tahquamenon. I have spent this morning relaxing as I am listening to my guides, fairies, and new friend that came home with me. Already they are feeding me inspiration and encouragement. During one of the nature hikes I took at the falls there were these amazing fungus formations, the likes I have never seen before, and I am sure if we had been hiking at night, they would have glowed in the moonlight. No shocker, as I was relaxing ready the current issue of Witches & Pagans, and in the recommended resources, the book Plant and Fungus Totems by Lupa, jumped of the page. Obviously you now all know what my next book purchase will be, as my new fungus friends are cheering my on. When you take tike for your self and realize how powerful you are, you will start to hear and realize all the messages being sent your way.
Dani Ehlenfeldt is an Artist, British Trained Awenydd (Celtic Shaman), and Zentangle Certified CZT.