Baba Yaga

“If you want my secrets and my magic, you must do something for me. I have much work to do, and you will do it for me,” said Baba Yaga. “You must sweep my floors and cook my supper, but first you must go to the hearth. The cat knocked over my freshly ground pepper and it scattered among the ashes. You must pick the grains from the ash in the hearth. Once that is done and my supper is prepared, draw me a bath, and I’ll think on you wants. If you do well, I will give you what you ask. If you are lazy and clumsy – like that pathetic dog in the corner – I will cook you and eat you.”

- From an Irriseni bedtime story

Baba Yaga

Reign of Winter VA Bookkeeper