About Me

file_000-2Hi, welcome to Wooly Witchy!

Wooly Witchy is a tarot and yarny blog with a focus on queer/glbt issues with the
occasional cute cat and knitting pattern thrown in.

I believe that Tarot cards can help us refocus our energies to uncover the truths that we know deep down.  I don’t necessarily think that they predict the future, although I think it’s possible that they illuminate potential outcomes if our course remains unchanged.

I am creating a bi-weekly ‘card of the day‘ tarot series as I explore the meanings of individual tarot cards from some of my favorite decks.  I also try to have a weekend roundup post that I call Weekly Readings where I share the things I’ve read and learned over the week.  I also create and share Tarot Spreads if you’re more the try-it-yourself type.

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On a more personal note, here’s a little bit about me.

  • I’m in my 30s.
  • I have curly hair, and right now it’s blue :).
  • I love to knit, crochet, and spin yarn on drop spindles (mostly top whorl) and on my Ashford Joy II and Ashford Scholar (Mark II) spinning wheels.
  • I have two cats, I would have more, but the current two are change-averse and we value peace in the house.
  • I married my beautiful wife in 2007 and we couldn’t be happier.
  • My witchyness is very eclectic, my wife, who is also a witch, and I include elements from many religious traditions into our spiritual paths.  A lot of it boils down to don’t be a jerk, trust your heart, and respect the natural world, and that there is always something new to learn.
  • I also like gardening and that kind of thing, but I’m still learning a lot.  Someday I want to have half my yard be covered in herbs.  I’m working on building a lavender ocean.  So far I have three plants.

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