Magick Apple Stars

Published January 30, 2013 by Lunapo

Sunday afternoon I was playing with my new dehydrator, cutting apples for apple chips. I’ve already said, both on this blog and with Hubby, that I plan on using apples as a main teaching device for our Witchlet.

Sunday, after I cut an apple in half horizontally, I smiled to hubby and said “look, Magick apple stars”. He smiled back, saying that name is adorable. We talked about our Witchlet and how we don’t want to put them in any kind of awkward position with what to mention and what not to mention at too young of an age. I don’t want my kids to get bullied or picked on by saying something personal to the wrong person. So, Hubby and I decided that we will teach Witchlet about Magick apple stars. It’s something beautiful found nature, and should s/he say anything, what’s a bully’s response? It’s a natural element!


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