In May, the couple exchanged vows in front of their children in their Georgia backyard, showing off their love for each other during happier times in a commitment ceremony (the two never technically married)."Never settle for a man who doesn't treat you right," June said at the time."If a guy doesn't love everything about you, move on!"Sugar Bear and I have decided to take some time apart to figure out some things in our relationship," the pair said in a statement.
By the mid 20th century, with packaged goods available in every grocery store, the closed sugar jar, honey-jar, jam-jar, and pancake syrup bottle versions of these spells gradually became more popular than the old cream-saucer, cored apple, hollowed onion, and sugar box versions.
This old-fashioned method has the disadvantage of eventually drawing flies or ants, but it is extremely easy to work on a short-term basis, say for one to three days.
Be careful, though, if the candle burns too hot, it may crack your saucer.
You cut off the top of the box, put the name in, stick a candle in the sugar, and burn it.
After the candle is finished, you remove the remnant wax from the sugar and bury it.Sweetening spells are employed in hoodoo and many other types of worldwide folk magic when you want someone to be sweet to you, that is -- to favour you, like you, hire you, love you, marry you, stay with you, return to you, reconcile with you, give you a written recommendation, give testimony in your favour, decide a legal issue in your favour over another, make a generous financial settlement in your favour, favour your family members over the members of other families, give you a raise, give you time off, give you paid leave, speak kindly to you at a family gathering, treat you kindly in public, stop talking behind you, cease from anger against you, cease from all wrath, cease from verbal abuse, cease from physical abuse, and so forth.