"Two Psychics | Crafted Pour"

"#whatifwednesday TLDR: a psychic predicted my marriage, but not my divorce 🔮 Some of you who’ve been following me for a while might remember that I used to talk about a book I was working on. Well, I still (sort of) am, and this is a recipe and one of the stories from it - condensed for social media, ofc. 🔮 Back in 2008, a friend and I went to get our tea leaves read after my housemate recommended the psychic to us. This was in Portland, Oregon, and the tea room was conveniently located next to my acupuncturist 🙃I’d never been to a psychic before because I’d usually had a clear idea of what I wanted to do next in my life; but at that time, I was burnt out at my job, experiencing a seven-year-itch with the city, and dreaming of going abroad for a while. I’d just submitted an application to volunteer with the elderly in Dublin. 🔮 The tea leaf reading happened at a small table, hidden behind a heavy red velvet curtain from the rest of the shop. The psychic looked inside my cup and asked, “Are you Irish?” Then, “You’re going to Ireland soon. And you’re going to get married.” 🔮 She detailed the future for me in eerie ways (including that it would be raining heavily in the US on the day I left), and said I would leave Portland within the next few months. I did. I went on a cross-country road trip with some friends. I applied for more positions until I landed one in Dublin. And three months after getting there, I met my future husband at a bus stop. 🔮 What that first psychic did *not* mention is that the person I married would end up leaving me over a sexual orientation crisis, and then eventually transition 😶 To hear what another psychic said years later, you’ll have to wait for the book 📕 Do you believe in psychics? Tell me below. Swipe for Archimedes’ vote. 🔮 “Two Psychics” 0.75 oz vodka (prickly-pear infusion optional) 0.75 oz Dimmi (herbal & floral Italian liqueur) Combine ingredients in a tin with ice and shake for 30 seconds. Strain and top with seltzer if desired. Garnish with golden powder for extra magic. Drink without regret. ", "undefined", "Two Psychics",

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Two Psychics By , May 8, 2009 #whatifwednesday TLDR: a psychic predicted my marriage, but not my divorce
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Some of you who’ve been following me for a while might remember that I used to talk about a book I was working on. Well, I still (sort of) am, and this is a recipe and one of the stories from it - condensed for social media, ofc.
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Back in 2008, a friend and I went to get our tea leaves read after my housemate recommended the psychic to us. This was in Portland, Oregon, and the tea room was conveniently located next to my acupuncturist 🙃I’d never been to a psychic before because I’d usually had a clear idea of what I wanted to do next in my life; but at that time, I was burnt out at my job, experiencing a seven-year-itch with the city, and dreaming of going abroad for a while. I’d just submitted an application to volunteer with the elderly in Dublin. 
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The tea leaf reading happened at a small table, hidden behind a heavy red velvet curtain from the rest of the shop. The psychic looked inside my cup and asked, “Are you Irish?” Then, “You’re going to Ireland soon. And you’re going to get married.” 
🔮
She detailed the future for me in eerie ways (including that it would be raining heavily in the US on the day I left), and said I would leave Portland within the next few months. I did. I went on a cross-country road trip with some friends. I applied for more positions until I landed one in Dublin. And three months after getting there, I met my future husband at a bus stop. 
🔮
What that first psychic did *not* mention is that the person I married would end up leaving me over a sexual orientation crisis, and then eventually transition 😶 To hear what another psychic said years later, you’ll have to wait for the book 📕 Do you believe in psychics? Tell me below. Swipe for Archimedes’ vote. 
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“Two Psychics” 
0.75 oz vodka (prickly-pear infusion optional)
0.75 oz Dimmi (herbal & floral Italian liqueur) 
Combine ingredients in a tin with ice and shake for 30 seconds. Strain and top with seltzer if desired. Garnish with golden powder for extra magic. Drink without regret. 
#whatifwednesday TLDR: a psychic predicted my marriage, but not my divorce 🔮 Some of you who’ve been following me for a while might remember that I used to talk about a book I was working on. Well, I still (sort of) am, and this is a recipe and one of the stories from it - condensed for social media, ofc. 🔮 Back in 2008, a friend and I went to get our tea leaves read after my housemate recommended the psychic to us. This was in Portland, Oregon, and the tea room was conveniently located next to my acupuncturist 🙃I’d never been to a psychic before because I’d usually had a clear idea of what I wanted to do next in my life; but at that time, I was burnt out at my job, experiencing a seven-year-itch with the city, and dreaming of going abroad for a while. I’d just submitted an application to volunteer with the elderly in Dublin. 🔮 The tea leaf reading happened at a small table, hidden behind a heavy red velvet curtain from the rest of the shop. The psychic looked inside my cup and asked, “Are you Irish?” Then, “You’re going to Ireland soon. And you’re going to get married.” 🔮 She detailed the future for me in eerie ways (including that it would be raining heavily in the US on the day I left), and said I would leave Portland within the next few months. I did. I went on a cross-country road trip with some friends. I applied for more positions until I landed one in Dublin. And three months after getting there, I met my future husband at a bus stop. 🔮 What that first psychic did *not* mention is that the person I married would end up leaving me over a sexual orientation crisis, and then eventually transition 😶 To hear what another psychic said years later, you’ll have to wait for the book 📕 Do you believe in psychics? Tell me below. Swipe for Archimedes’ vote. 🔮 “Two Psychics” 0.75 oz vodka (prickly-pear infusion optional) 0.75 oz Dimmi (herbal & floral Italian liqueur) Combine ingredients in a tin with ice and shake for 30 seconds. Strain and top with seltzer if desired. Garnish with golden powder for extra magic. Drink without regret. Ingredients: - Two Eagles Prospect Vodka - Dimmi Liquore Instructions: Shake with ice for ~30 seconds, strain into a chilled coupe. Garnish with edible gold glitter and a dehydrated citrus wheel. Refreshing,Sours