Monthly Tarot Card Reading — April ⭐
There is something the universe wants you to know. Are you ready to see what the universe wants to say?. Close your eyes! Take a deep breath! Choose your pile!. For singles, the appearance of the 6 of Wands suggests that you may experience a boost in your self-confidence and self-esteem during the month of April. You may find that you’re feeling more attractive and confident, and this energy could attract new potential partners into your life. Additionally, the 3 of Wands represents a sense of anticipation and excitement about what the future holds. This energy could encourage you to take some bold steps in your love life, whether it’s trying out a new dating app or approaching someone you’ve been interested in. Overall, the 6 of Wands and 3 of Wands suggest a month of positive growth and opportunities for singles.
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Take a Day Trip to Mystic Connecticut
Mystic, Connecticut - New Yorkers often dream of day trips to nearby destinations for a relaxing weekend. Fortunately, Mystic is only one minute away by car and just 7 minutes on foot from downtown's train station.
Blind Mystic Baba Vanga Made Four Predictions for 2023 Before Her Death
Mystic Baba Vanga passed away in 1996, but not before leaving behind a series of future predictions all the way to 5079. Step aside Nostradamus, this mystical fortune teller’s followers claim she has an 85% success rate with her predictions thus far and has predicted everything from the 9/11 Twin Tower attacks to Brexit. Born in Bulgaria in 1910, Baba Vanga became well known during the second world war, and was the subject of a 2011 documentary called ‘The Visible and Invisible World’. She has left predictions until 5079.
Why you Need to Visit the Denison Pequotsepos Nature Center in Mystic, CT
Are you planning a trip to the Denison Pequotsepos Nature Center in Mystic, CT? If so, you are in the right place. This is an awesome and educational nature center that we enjoy so much.
This Small Connecticut Town Was Just Named One of the Coolest in the U.S.
For residents of Connecticut, it comes as no surprise that this is truly one of the best places to live. From scenic beaches to hilly alpines and an incredible amount of charming towns and cities, who wouldn’t want to settle down in the Nutmeg State?
Large Commercial Structure Destroyed by Fire in Mystic
Mystic, Conn. - Firefighters spent hours fighting a massive fire in the seaport district of Mystic. At approximately 9 pm on Sunday, November 27th, the Mystic Fire Department, along with mutual aid companies, were dispatched for reports of smoke and flames visible from Seaport Marine, in the area of 2 Washington St. As 1st alarm companies received their tones, a 2nd, and subsequent 3rd alarm, were immediately transmitted for a fully involved structure fire. A short time later the 4th alarm was transmitted followed by additional tankers and FAST teams.
Stay in Mystic, Connecticut and Help Local Non-Profits
#hosted by The Whaler’s Inn; opinions are my own. We’ve spent most of our holiday weekends visiting international good hotels more recently, yet there was one hotel in Mystic, Connecticut that I knew I had to visit in-person for myself once I discovered it: The Whaler’s Inn. This coastal-themed hotel located smack in the heart of downtown Mystic is quaint, comfortable and the best place to rest whilst exploring this New England town.
Julian of Norwich - English Mystic and Anchoress of the Middle Ages
Can you imagine being walled into a cell within a church? If you’d like to find out more about Julian of Norwich, historically and spiritually, we have some links which you may find helpful. Sources: <a href="https://julianofnorwich.org">https://julianofnorwich.org</a>/ <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julian_of_Norwich">https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julian_of_Norwich</a> | <a href="https://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Julian_of_Norwich">https://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Julian_of_Norwich</a> | <a href="https://anglicanjournal.com/julian-of-norwich-a-theologian-for-our-time">https://anglicanjournal.com/julian-of-norwich-a-theologian-for-our-time</a>/ | <a href="https://www.worldhistory.org/Julian_of_Norwich">https://www.worldhistory.org/Julian_of_Norwich</a>/ | Some of the photographic content is 'licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license'
This Mystic, CT Hotel Hires Locals with Disabilities
This post is not sponsored and does not contain any affiliate content. Go: Explore a bustling maritime village located in downtown Mystic, Connecticut and just a stone’s there away from the Mystic River. Choose from one of the 45 guest rooms all offering a unique New England experience.This historic Connecticut hotel with over 125 years of history boasts five buildings, each with a unique historical era feel, all highlighting the unique culture of coastal New England. The Main Inn is the original building, dating back to 1910 which was converted into a hotel in 1969. The 1865 House was originally the residence of Mystic shipbuilder George W. Mallory, helping to preserve the original history throughout.The Hoxie House was built in 1818 by a shipmaster and a trader and offers picturesque views of the Mystic River, providing a hotel haven for the many celebrities who have frequented its location. Stonington House offers quieter rooms for travelers and Noank House offers six guest rooms, making it a great option for families and friends traveling together. Dine at The Whaler’s Inn on-site restaurant, The Shipwright’s Daughter, and taste some of New England’s fresh and flavorful food offerings. While in Mystic, check out the beautiful aquariums, seaport centers and boat cruises unique to the area.
A Quick Look at the Mystic Seaport Museum
Curious what the Mystic Seaport Museum has to offer? We enjoyed a full day walking around admiring the ships (and exploring them!) plus, we learned TONS about how the ships are constructed, kept, and the history behind some of the ones on site. This interactive museum is a great place for the whole family, from curious kids to history buffs. And don't forget to check their website for upcoming events - when we visited they featured a massive antique car show. Footage from Fall 2021. All music from Epidemic Sounds.