There is a little bit of magic in everything! I just loved this mural in Sedona, Arizona. It’s the side wall of one of Sedona’s many Crystal, Magic, Psychic, Vortex shops and I had so much fun sniffling through crystals upon crystals shelfs and baskets, filling little pouches with so called magic healing stones, mostly for their beauty (but a little for their promised luck, love and divinity too) Some shops had even little backdoor Wicca corners promising magic in spells, charms and candles and I couldn’t help but thinking about the “moon goddess shop” in the 90’s flick “the Craft” I bought a set of gorgeous clear crystal engraved rune stones too, they are harder to decipher than tarot cards but scarely accurate! I’m serious! I’m almost scared to trow them again after they predicted my flight pretty good D:
….And that brings me to last Sunday’s flight, omg, I can laugh about it now but I actually ended up clinging to my chair for dear life, I don’t think I have ever been that scared in my life. I took a flight from Pittsburgh to Chicago to transfer in Chicago to a connecting flight to Amsterdam. We took off in a storm and hit really bad turbulence shortly after followed by compressions stalls in the engines, at one point both engines failed! It was so violent. We diverted to another airport in Rapid City, Michigan, only 20 minutes from Chicago and luckily landed safely. We were told that there were metal shards in and around the engine and the pilot thought we would have not made it to Chicago. Crazy. We had to wait about 5 hours for another plane to Chicago where I had to spend the night. Luckily everything turned out good but I have to admit I was left quite shaken by the experience, I still am a little.