Wishcasting: Sweetness


There's a practice I used to partake in on my old blog called Wishcasting Wednesday. It is led by a gorgeous soul- creativity coach Jamie Ridler (www.jamieridlerstudios.ca). I adore Jamie. It feels like it's time to play online with her again.

The way this works is each Wednesday Jamie prompts her readers to make a wish. Readers post their answer on their own blog and share a link on Jamie's blog, then you can visit other people's blogs and spread a little karmic love into the universe by sharing in their wish ("As [name] wishes for herself, so I wish for her also.").

This week she asks: What sweetness do you wish for?

I wish for the sweetness of fruit fresh from the garden. I have a bunch growing in my garden and I'm hoping to keep critters away so it has time to ripen for me to pick- strawberries, blueberries, peaches, plums, apples, kiwis, and cherries. Grapes and raspberries haven't formed yet, but I'm watching for them, too.

I've only had strawberries and raspberries in the past and I can tell you nothing in my grocery store comes close. This year, I'd love to collect fruit from all of my plants and trees.

Now it's your turn. What sweetness do you wish for? Let me know in the comments. If you'd like to see other people's wishes, visit Jamie's post for the links.


  1. Beautiful! As you wish for yourself, so I also wish for you!

  2. I'm patiently waiting for our muscadines to ripen ;)

    As you wish for yourself, so I wish for you too!

  3. I wish for the sweetness of your fruit to ripen, and I wish for the sweetness of healing for my daughter.

  4. Oooh. Here's wishing you a big harvest.

  5. Thank you, Liv. I also wish for your daughter's healing.

  6. What lovely sweetness you wish for! Those must be kiwis in your photo; I've never seen them on a tree! ^-^ As you wish for yourself, I wish for you as well! May those fruits ripen soon!

  7. […] few weeks ago in a wishcasting with Jamie post, I wished for the sweetness of fruit fresh from the garden. Over the past week I have picked […]


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