And yes, it's autumn for me as well - and winter - when I feel the most "witchy". Mostly it's because there's too much noise and chittering and all kinds of distractions going around in spring and summer, and I find it hard to really concentrate on all the things I do, witchy or not. At this time of the year, all the outside noice starts to finally calm down. Even though I do witchy things throughout the year, it's in autumn and winter when I can really concentrate and actually think about the things I do and plan my new projects, and that does often give me the "extra-witchy" feeling; witchcraft isn't only present in my actions, but it's much more present in my thoughts as well - in such a way it rarely can during the rest of the year.
Because of this, I often consider autumn and winter to be my time of preparation for the other half of the year. Mental preparation, that is. To sum it up, the warm and busy time of the year is when I do things; this cold and quiet time of the year is when I plan, learn and think about things.
Edit: curse the typos!
Edited by Lauvitra, 27 September 2017 - 03:52 AM.
"We pledge ourselves to you, the Frame-Maker, the Scarab:
a world for us to love you in, a cloak of dirt to cherish."