While traveling to Devon for a short family trip last weekend (the first together in a long time) I sat in the car, watching pretty little liars on my kindle, (one of my current TV loves) I was thinking about what I could do for my second blog.
I bobbed along in the back of the car that was filled up with all we could chuck in, passing a little chef (did not know they were still going) and finely arrived at our destination.
We did random bits and bobs on our trip. I spent a lot of the time in the pool in our rented cottage with my nieces and nephew and we went to a little farm that was adorable, but I loved our trip to a haunted pub! I knew then what I wanted to write about.
I love anything spooky and love a good ghost story so I was thrilled to be in such a lovely place with such wonderful history overlooking a beautiful old church.
Waking today, realising what day it is and how clumsy I am, I prepared myself for a day of bumps and bruises.
So, as this arrives to you on Friday the 13th I have supplied a list of good luck charms and remedies for you to ward of any bad luck as well as a few pics from Devon. Enjoy!
Happy Friday the 13th!
Keys are lucky because they are thought to unlock opportunities and new ventures!
Weighing you down in troubled waters! This is my personal favorite good luck symbol!
¨ Four-Leaf Clover
The most well-known symbol the leaf abounds with luck if you can find one!
A Horseshoe symbolizes good luck and fertility, hang over your front door
“See a rainbow in the sky today, and all your bad luck will wash away”
It is traditional to plant lavender in your garden or at your front door for luck
¨ The number 7
Seven is an age old lucky number. Is it any wonder that snow white lived with seven dwarfs?
¨ Cat’s eye stone
To ward of bad luck and evil spirits and it’s really pretty! Bonus!
A circle of salt around you will ward of evil…maybe a little too messy to do at home.
¨ A penny
See a penny pick it up! This is super lucky if you have a penny with your birthday on.