My name is Kyra, but you can call me Ky for short if you'd like. I’m 26 years old and live in Colorado with my husband. We live in a cute little tourist town right by the mountains. I am a Gemini, Taurus moon and Pisces rising. I like to spend my days reading, playing my switch, doing yoga, writing letters, crafting snail mail, exploring nature, and having deep conversations. My favorite color is lavender and my favorite animal is the sloth!
I am currently exploring my spiritual path and have always been drawn to the practice of witchcraft. I love tarot and am a member of the tarot study group and that has been my main form of divination. I’m still a baby witch and have a lot to learn, but I am excited to learn and explore with you all and to develop my spiritual practices here in the coven :) Sending all the positive vibes. So excited to swap with you.
Most of my crafting consists of creating snail mail for my penpals. I am looking to get into bullet/art journaling soon and love anything having to do with those activities! I am also wanting to get into collating. I have done it digitally, but am more of a hands-on person and want to create something tangible.
I have an obsession with stickers. I literally cannot get enough of them. I spend WAY to much money and time on Wish and AliExpress (don't tell my husband) shopping for all sorts of unique stickers. My favorite material for stickers is washi paper (also called butter paper or washi stickers).
Speaking of washi ... I love washi tape! Any design at all. I've hoarded quite a few but there is ALWAYS room for more. You can never have to much washi tape! I love sharing it with my penpals as well :)
I also love collecting memo pads ^_^
I am currently working my way through The Vampire Diaries and Grey's Anatomy. Loving them both!
YES I LOVE BOOKS. Here's a list of some really great books I've read this year so far: - A Little Life by Hanya Yanagihara - The institute by Stephen King - The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah - The Great Alone by Kristin Hannah - The Hearts Invisible Furies by John Boyne