I am always amazed at how the Pagan Community pulls together during times of crisis or to benefit the community around them. At every Pagan Pride Event I’ve attended, there has always been a food collection for local food pantries. I’ve seen groups band together to render aid to natural disaster victims. But what of … Continue reading Compassion and Humanity In The Pagan Community
Today has been an exceedingly foul day. Outside, for me, though, it's stunning. It's overcast, misty, and rather cool. My six crows are talking in the trees in the backyard. A dreary day? Maybe for some...but not for me. Nonetheless, I've been foul. My dear friend, who has been encountering times far more rough than my … Continue reading Simple Things That Turn A Day Around
I have no idea why this was saved on my phone...but apparently with the cold and flu season upon us..... it may be a sign from the gods. Drink lots of pineapple juice this winter.
I love to share information when I find it, and Eastern European Folk Practice and Magick has always been an area of interest for me as my mother's father was from Russia (and her Mother was Manouche from Quebec). Enjoy this fabulous blog post from The Witch and The Walnut: Feeding the soul (duša) of … Continue reading Feeding The Soul Of Your Home
Hospitality, Compassion and Humanity have been on my mind quite a bit for the last nine months or so since I re-entered the greater Pagan community. I decided to restart my blog, got on a few Facebook groups, began physically attend some casual gatherings here and there. I also began intently observing….and listening (or, … Continue reading Hospitality in the Pagan Community
Yes. My daughter's film "Blank Eyes" is headed to the TX State High School Film Maker's for judging in the final round. She is 1 of 6, but to get there she had to compete against 180+ other films. Proud mommy? Oh, yes I am! Judging will take place next Wednesday (28 February) down in … Continue reading TX State High School Film Finals
Bright-veiled Hestia, heart of the happy home, goddess who binds together a family, who strengthens a city, the household is your temple, the hearthfire your altar and your namesake. Hestia, I praise and honor you, I thank you for your blessings. Hestia, wise one who oversees the family feast, who guides the making and the … Continue reading Prayers to Hestia