I haven’t written for my blog since February. All the usual excuses, of course – too busy. The post I was going to write the weekend that I skipped it was going to be about friends and how blessed I am, so I think I’ll start there. In February, I was lucky enough to have… Continue reading Blessings
In my quest to learn more and start anew, I’m reading through the book Paganism: An Introduction to Earth-Centered Religions by Joyce & River Higginbotham. There are several areas in the book that contain exercises and questions for reflection, so I thought since I’m already writing these things out I might as well include my process here on… Continue reading Pagan Book Study – Part 1
Several years ago I decided I was going to more seriously study Paganism. The idea of it has always appealed to me as a religion. I went to the local book store and bought a book about it and I don’t remember how much I read of it, but what I did read I enjoyed. … Continue reading Finding My Religion
I imagine you, Ms. Yates, sitting in your office staring down at papers issued forth from hate. I imagine the thoughts in your head, the turmoil as you wonder what to do, knowing that to do anything less than defend the rights of the underserved would be an injustice; knowing that to do what you… Continue reading Ode to Sally Yates
I took part in a writing prompt last week and ended up getting a blog out of it. The prompt was: “What scares you a little? What do you feel when you’re scared? How do you react?” I got a bit of word salad out of it, but I thought I’d share my stream-of-consciousness with… Continue reading What are You Afraid of?
A little bit of poetry for my blog update this week. Some of these words started filtering through my mind on one of my trips to work last week.
I currently have four drafts just sitting in my draft box waiting for my attention, but I can’t seem to focus on them. This isn’t surprising considering they’ve been in there for months and have received the exact same amount of attention all year. I could blame it on the weather, or feeling tired, or… Continue reading Puppy Love