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MedievalWitch’s Spring Cleaning Giveaway!

I was going through my things and realized I have many of the same stones, and I thought while I love them all, I do not need 10 of the same tumble stone, So I thought I would give some of my pretties new homes.

What You Will Win:

  • 1 Bloodstone; tumbled
  • 1 Moonstone; tumbled
  • 1 Selenite tower
  • 1 Turritella Agate; tumbled
  • 1 Desert Rose
  • 1 Copy of The Crystal Bible by Judy Hall

Rules:

  • Must be following me
  • Reblog as many times as you like (on your main blog since I cannot tell if you are following me through your side blog)
  • No giveaway blogs
  • Must be 18 or older or have parents permission
  • Do not tag the post as giveaway when you reblog, it can mess up the notes and delete entries
  • The Winner will be chosen May 4th at 8pm Pacific time
  • Open world wide
  • the winner will be chosen via random number generator
  • When the winner is chosen I will message you  so have your ask box open, you must respond privately, I am not going to keep checking on your blog to see if you posted my message publicly
  • You will have 48 hours to respond or a new winner will be chosen
  • Must be comfortable giving out your home address for shipping

This giveaway is in no way affiliated with tumblr.

Rachel!

(via thefattestfox)

— 18 hours ago with 3083 notes
katesierraloveslyle:

Feeling really down today. I had a breast reduction a few years ago and even then I remember crying over the possibility that it may affect my ability to breastfeed. In my determination and research I had been feeling good about my chances to make a breastfeeding relationship work. However I just learned that I had the type of surgery that pretty much guarantees I won’t be able to provide even a negligible amount of milk. I won’t deny that I have been crying on and off the past few days; the measures I will have to go to in order to breastfeed at all will be expensive, time consuming, and embarrassing. I don’t even know if it is worth it.

There is a fantastic Facebook group for low supply moms (called igt and low supply support) and a new bfar group. There are a lot of moms on there that use a lactation aid (sns, lact-aid, or home made) with donor milk or formula. You can have a breastfeeding relationship!

katesierraloveslyle:

Feeling really down today. I had a breast reduction a few years ago and even then I remember crying over the possibility that it may affect my ability to breastfeed. In my determination and research I had been feeling good about my chances to make a breastfeeding relationship work. However I just learned that I had the type of surgery that pretty much guarantees I won’t be able to provide even a negligible amount of milk. I won’t deny that I have been crying on and off the past few days; the measures I will have to go to in order to breastfeed at all will be expensive, time consuming, and embarrassing. I don’t even know if it is worth it.

There is a fantastic Facebook group for low supply moms (called igt and low supply support) and a new bfar group. There are a lot of moms on there that use a lactation aid (sns, lact-aid, or home made) with donor milk or formula. You can have a breastfeeding relationship!

— 1 day ago with 5 notes
katesierraloveslyle:

Feeling really down today. I had a breast reduction a few years ago and even then I remember crying over the possibility that it may affect my ability to breastfeed. In my determination and research I had been feeling good about my chances to make a breastfeeding relationship work. However I just learned that I had the type of surgery that pretty much guarantees I won’t be able to provide even a negligible amount of milk. I won’t deny that I have been crying on and off the past few days; the measures I will have to go to in order to breastfeed at all will be expensive, time consuming, and embarrassing. I don’t even know if it is worth it.

There is a fantastic Facebook group for low supply moms (called igt and low supply support) and a new bfar group. There are a lot of moms on there that use a lactation aid (sns, lact-aid, or home made) with donor milk or formula. You can have a breastfeeding relationship!

katesierraloveslyle:

Feeling really down today. I had a breast reduction a few years ago and even then I remember crying over the possibility that it may affect my ability to breastfeed. In my determination and research I had been feeling good about my chances to make a breastfeeding relationship work. However I just learned that I had the type of surgery that pretty much guarantees I won’t be able to provide even a negligible amount of milk. I won’t deny that I have been crying on and off the past few days; the measures I will have to go to in order to breastfeed at all will be expensive, time consuming, and embarrassing. I don’t even know if it is worth it.

There is a fantastic Facebook group for low supply moms (called igt and low supply support) and a new bfar group. There are a lot of moms on there that use a lactation aid (sns, lact-aid, or home made) with donor milk or formula. You can have a breastfeeding relationship!

— 1 day ago with 5 notes
So that’s why Whiskey just opens that shit and leaves it that way.

So that’s why Whiskey just opens that shit and leaves it that way.

(Source: kittenmeats, via nataliemeansnice)

— 4 days ago with 2501 notes

boxedwineoclock:

foodishouldnoteat:

buzzfeedfood:

Toasts with the most: 21 awesome energy-boosting breakfast ideas

if you love food follow my blog!

Get in my mouth!

(via slothgoth)

— 1 week ago with 35437 notes
dennys:

We advocate wearing food on your face and thoughtfulness. 

dennys:

We advocate wearing food on your face and thoughtfulness. 

— 1 week ago with 7330 notes