Boop!

Posted 2016.11.10 10.30 in Cats, Pointless Blather

Arianrhod the kitten gets booped on the nose.

We all need this.

Tarot: In The Cards Updated

Posted 2016.11.09 18.53 in iPhone

Our new app Tarot: In The Cards has had its first update – this is a minor bugfix release, addressing a couple issues that slipped past our testing process before release last month.

TITC Update

Important Cat Videos

Posted 2016.10.16 20.45 in Cats

Well, maybe not important, but cute.

And an extra bonus – kitten watching herself on video, for double the cuteness!

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Tarot Night – Live Event

Posted 2016.10.14 9.27 in iPhone

©Lezley Davidson - 10 Wheel of Fortune 2016

 

Mark your calendars!

On Wednesday October 26th, Lezley will be hosting a live streaming event on Youtube, to celebrate the launch of our app, Tarot: In The Cards.

Lezley will be doing live readings, showcasing the various features and functions of the app, and there’ll be some giveaways.

The stream starts at 7:00pm Eastern (4:00pm Pacific). I’ll be there too, in the comments. See you there!

 

Link to the Tarot Night streamNote – link updated again!

New App Released!

Posted 2016.10.08 22.10 in iPhone

Tarot: In The Cards

 

Tarot: In The Cards is a brand-new app I’ve been working on with my good friend Lezley!

She specced it out and did all the artwork, including a brilliant set of 78 unique Tarot cards, and I did the app design and coding.

For more information, check out the website, or visit the support forum section at the Wicca Plus forums.

Tarot: In The Cards is available now at the App Store!

Car for Sale (Sold!)

Posted 2016.10.02 20.14 in Pointless Blather

Updated Oct/4th – It’s sold!

After not posting anything in months, how about a little self-serving ad?

I am selling my beloved Rav 4. I’ve had it for 15 years and hate to part with it, but it is time. Very low mileage and well looked after, only 120,258 km.

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Bumps in the Daytime

Posted 2016.06.21 11.27 in Spiritual

I haven’t been making note of weird goings-on here for a few years, but that’s not because the strange noises and things have stopped. It’s because it’s so commonplace I’m more or less used to it and it’s no longer noteworthy.

A Creepy DoorBut that means I don’t have much in the way of recent records or notes, for when people ask if anything spooky still happens around here.

So I’m making this note to remind me that there’s still creepy stuff going on, it just isn’t that creepy to me because I’m used to it.

The current thing for the past 2 or 3 weeks, is once or twice a day there’s a knock at the door. Not the front door. The door to the hall ‘closet’.

The hall closet is sort of a creepy door-to-nowhere. The closet is like 6″ deep. It’s a wierd pointless thing that is the remnant of one of the many wierd ways this house was built then changed over the past 140-odd years.

It is a skinny creepy looking door (with a lock) that opens to a pointless tall skinny ‘closet’ that’s not wide enough to hold linen and towels, without bunching them up.

Like so many architectural ‘features’ of this house, you don’t really think much about it till you actually stop and take a close look… and then you’re left with a profound sense of What the fuck were they thinking when they did this? or How in the world did this come to be?

The knocks are just a single rap, like knuckles on a wood door. And it happens during the day, not at night. Which I’m kind of glad about – everything is louder at night, and this knock sound is pretty loud during the day.

Less often, there’s a similar knock from the back of the house. I think it might be coming from the cellar door, but it might be the kitchen cupboards. Again, it’s the sound of knuckles on wood. It’s not daily though… once or twice a week maybe.

I don’t know if these knocks are someone wanting in, or someone wanting out, or just someone wanting attention.

It’s been going on for a few weeks though, randomly, so maybe it’s the ‘new thing’ for this summer.

For reference, the original part of the house was built in the 1860’s or 1870’s, and the ‘new addition’ was likely added in the 1940’s. This is most obvious in the cellar, the original cellar and foundation has the same footprint as the older part of the house; the ‘new’ cellar is… perplexing.

Edited to add: 3 minutes after I posted this, at 11:30am – Knock! Lol