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So, so true!

So, so true!

Sacred Unicorn by Lisa Parker

Sacred Unicorn by Lisa Parker

I Am So Blessed by Karen Drucker

I Am So Blessed by Karen Drucker

Leshachikha - A forest Goddess, She usually appears as a wild animal or as a leaf. She guards the land and animals of the wood, and punishes those who abuse them.

Leshachikha - A forest Goddess, She usually appears as a wild animal or as a leaf. She guards the land and animals of the wood, and punishes those who abuse them.

#rusty lock on #blue #door

#rusty lock on #blue #door

Today this was all I needed to remember 🙏🏼

Today this was all I needed to remember 🙏🏼

QUOTE~ A great daily reminder

QUOTE~ A great daily reminder

Bust Magazine

Bust Magazine

Saga is the Norse Goddess of Poetry and History. She is one of Frigg‘s handmaidens, and possibly a daughter of Odin. She lives in a hall called Sokkvabekk, which means “sunken benches,” next to a flowing stream. She drinks daily with Odin from golden goblets. Saga’s name means “seeress,” and has come to mean any great telling of history.

Saga is the Norse Goddess of Poetry and History. She is one of Frigg‘s handmaidens, and possibly a daughter of Odin. She lives in a hall called Sokkvabekk, which means “sunken benches,” next to a flowing stream. She drinks daily with Odin from golden goblets. Saga’s name means “seeress,” and has come to mean any great telling of history.