Welcome back geeks, I don’t know about you but I’ve been melting out here in sunny California where a heat wave is already upon us. But all this sunshine means I get to enjoy the great outdoors a bit more than usual, especially more than if I was still living in the Northeast. And what is one of the amazing things we Californians have out here: redwoods. Trees can be pretty in their own right, but redwoods are just awe-inspiring. On a recent outing in to the woods near my place I realized some of these trees have a presence of their own. It’s like you can feel their spirit seeping out in to the air around it’s trunk, and that made me think about tree spirits in general, hence inspiring this post.
Happy Saturday geeks, hope your weekend is gloriously filled with creatures, monsters, and all those adventures you couldn’t partake on during the work week. Here is your faithful Lilith trying to start your weekend off right again with another creature spotlight, this week focusing on a creature that is otherworldly while at the same time not extraterrestrial. Today I bring you the ever elusive Will-o’-the-wisp.
Hey there my creepy-crawly-creature-loving friends, we’ve sadly moved on from the Halloween classics but there are so many monsters out there to talk about it’s hard to decide where to start. I could probably spend an entire year scoring through and researching the creature from the Harry Potter novels, but as Ron and Harry have a great bromance, I am going to dedicate my November’s creature comfort posts to creatures in the Harry Potter novels. We could spend over a year discussing and dissecting Harry Potter creatures, but I decided to start with the boggart.