An Interactive Twilight Experience.
As Fall transitions us into colder weather, a cozy style staple comes back in vogue every year that not only provides warmth but also gives a visual flair to the colder months ahead.
Plaid has been a cold weather staple since it's birth in the 19th century and each year, honoring it's simple yet complex pattern, society gives it a modern spin.
Here is debuting the latest plaid from the runways to give you an overview of the savviest ways to wear plaid as well…Continue
Added by Alice Cullen on October 30, 2019 at 8:49am — No Comments
It's officially Summertime which means that everyone, human and vampire alike are searching for moments to offer shade to their faces from the hot Summer sun.
This offers up the most amazing excuse to break out and enjoy summer hats! Here are my top picks for Summer hat styles for 2019! …Continue
Added by Alice Cullen on July 20, 2019 at 11:15am — No Comments
As another Holiday approaches, I can’t help but reflect on how grateful I am that I have another year after so many years that I am surrounded by so many wonderful friends and family.
Yes, I know that I do have a tendency to be carried away with trimming the trees and of course, Holiday shopping is pretty much my Olympic Sport each season. Beyond the lights and twinkle however, there is a feeling of warmth that only love can bring you.
Every year, no matter if…Continue
Added by Alice Cullen on December 18, 2018 at 10:53am — No Comments
Happy Holidays Friends & Family!
Here are some of my favorite gifts to give for 2018! Happy Gifting! xoxo
Added by Alice Cullen on November 29, 2018 at 12:59pm — No Comments
It is said at times that our history can determine our future. As a seer, I can attest that we have the ability and power to alter our future for the better or for the worse.
However, we learn from History. History gives us clues as to what we can anticipate and how we can do better. These thoughts cross my mind as visions are beginning to slowly form.
Visions of movement, new paths, new discoveries. Our family is not new to change and new paths. Our history…Continue
Added by Alice Cullen on October 24, 2018 at 3:50pm — No Comments
As with a lot of the population, change is something that most of us resist. It's not easy to accept drastic change and it can take it's toll on us in several ways. I see how it challenges my family. Some are ready for the big move, some are hesitant and some are never ready and simply cannot cope.
I have been observing my own family over the past few months as we've discussed the possibility of the 'great move' once again. We have done this, of course, several times in the past and…Continue
October here is a busy month. We are all excited about the change of seasons and the great harvest festival.
It's a time of gratitude, friendship and togetherness. The tribe comes together to create an atmosphere of love and family and each one of us brings something unique to the gathering.
Old Quil will make the table that we will place on First Beach. On the table be our feast. Dried fish, fish fry and cakes, sweets, vegetables from our gardens, fruits and all sorts of…Continue
Added by William Ephraim Black on October 7, 2018 at 1:23pm — No Comments
There are few things that I covet beyond blood and power, and yet in the cruelest twist of fate and fallacy blood becomes the very thing I seek to diminish. Empires built steadily in the name of my coven, the blind worship and ambitious palms filled with nothing but the bitter taste of my hunger slowly quenched lead to, my thrill and contemplation, choices decided entirely in the name of furthering my, or more decidedly, our, success. The term master, a title I have…Continue
Added by Aro on September 21, 2018 at 12:35pm — No Comments
You would think that, by now, I would be use to this. The fire in my throat egnited, sending the monster into a frenzy. She crushed herself close to me knowing that I would resrain her despite myself. Gently, I pulled my face away from hers. She was always entirely too willing to push her luck. But then again, I couldn't call anything that has happened in the past year luck. My fragile little magnit for distruction. She looked up at me, her lower lip puckered out into a pout. I couldn't help…Continue
Added by Edward Cullen on September 18, 2018 at 7:03am — No Comments
“No anguish I have had to bear on your account has been too heavy a price to pay for the new life into which I have entered in loving you.”
I wished I could agree with him, that no price I had to pay was too much, that I could live peacefully with the promise I had made. Bella's life was too big a price, to valuable. She would argue that it was her price, that I had no say in the matter. She has no idea how entirely wrong she was. The pain and guilt for…
Added by Edward Cullen on September 18, 2018 at 7:10am — No Comments
"Edward." At the sound, a nostalgic pulse rushed through me. I was used to being able to hearing her thoughts now. My hearing was still selective, she only granted me what she wanted to. Frustrating as it was I had decided it would have to be enough. Having something I once longed for would always bring me excitement, surges of adrenalin that rushed over me, regardless of the amount of time that it had been available to me. I was unsure if this was a character trait or an undead one if being…Continue
Added by Edward Cullen on September 19, 2018 at 5:08pm — No Comments
Hatred for Carlisle had burned inside of me. The memory of that alone pained me, guilt consuming my chest. The reconciliations of the beginning were full of shame. How I could have felt anything but gratitude towards him disobeyed him so blatantly, was now unfathomable.
Awakening, my emotions had…Continue
Added by Edward Cullen on September 19, 2018 at 5:14pm — No Comments
As Summer begins to transition into Fall, we are left with a wardrobe that feels a little conflicted.
Here are some of my top three styles to blend your Summer wardrobe with your Fall wardrobe as you transition.
1. Light Scarf Accents.
Adding a light scarf accent to any T-Shirt and Jean combination can start setting the stage for a perfect Fall transition. …Continue
Added by Alice Cullen on September 4, 2018 at 2:41pm — No Comments
Miracles happen each and every day.
We tend to focus on the larger miracles or the ones that are almost impossible not to notice. While there is no denying that large miracles are incredible and memorable, while we are only training our mind to notice the big happenings, we so often miss out on the smaller every day miracles.
To notice and appreciate small miracles, you almost have to re-train your mind to be still and train your eyes to open for small murmurs…Continue
Added by Alice Cullen on August 1, 2018 at 8:23am — No Comments
Before my time with Alice, I didn't really have anything you'd call a hobby. Nothing that really interested me. I had some skills when it came to music, but nothing like that of Edward when he learned to play the piano. I had very little I needed before. Though when one finds themselves with so much time on their hands they start picking up hobbies so to speak. Alice and I both have a fondness for Jazz music, and the blues. They do tend to go hand in hand. So I found it only natural to…Continue
One of the most stressful things as an adult is the ability to have fun with your life. The once youthful feeling of carefree imagination eventually gets replaced with the heavy weight of responsibilities and obligation.
While no one can escape the reality of responsibilities, it is high time we reminded ourselves that in prioritizing having fun amongst a sea of obligation is essential to living a good life.
When most think of “having fun”, they tend to think…Continue
Added by Alice Cullen on June 4, 2018 at 4:32pm — No Comments
Last night, celebrities and socialites paraded in New York City as they attended the Met Gala. The theme this year was “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination”.
Romantic, rich, heavy fabrics paying homage to church and the renaissance art that encapsulates it. …Continue
Added by Alice Cullen on May 8, 2018 at 1:30pm — No Comments
I thought I would magically wake up on my birthday feeling older. Turns out, I feel the same, look the same, wear the same size clothes. I measured myself against my closet door and I see that I didn't really grow much since last year either. I guess I'm going to be about 5' 4" then. My sister, Connie, is 5' 6" and I would love to be as…Continue
I think the biggest question I get from people once they know I am clairvoyant is, “What happens next for me?”
It is only natural to be focused on what is to come of us. I even find myself sometimes all too curious as to what my future holds. Over time I have learned that the present is…Continue
Yay for Spring break! I totally am so done with algebra! I had a test today and I did ok on it but I am really tired of studying! I'm glad we have the next week off. Mom and Connie and I are going to do some spring cleaning and then go into Port Angeles for some spring clothes shopping! I am looking forward to getting a new dress or two.
Quil and I have been doing a lot of hiking lately. Tomorrow is supposed to be beautiful and I can't wait! Hiking has become one of my favorite…Continue
Added by Claire Young on March 29, 2018 at 6:35pm — No Comments