It Begins

It begins in the night, half the world away as dawn gives way to day and is over in the blink of an eye until the next day and the next day day upon day a dance of danger of life racing towards the end. Adrenaline and fear excitement and daring of the air charged … Continue reading It Begins

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Festivals — the benefits of building new ones — TPE March week 4

Wk 4- Mar. 23- Any writing for the letters E or F - I am keeping this familiar format on week 4 for those who have joined me from the Pagan Blog Project. ~*~*~*~*~ While it may be true that Poseidon is enjoying a bit of popularity right now (which is ridiculously exciting for me, … Continue reading Festivals — the benefits of building new ones — TPE March week 4

Calendars or, my year at a glance (the Pagan Experience week 8)

Wk 4- Feb. 23- Any writing for the letters C or D - I am keeping this familiar format on week 4 for those who have joined me from the Pagan Blog Project. ~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~ I've got two calendars running through the year, here. One is the secular calendar. The second is a localized form of the Athenian calendar. … Continue reading Calendars or, my year at a glance (the Pagan Experience week 8)

Poseidon Hippios

Poseidon Hippios is a festival I hold in honor of er, Poseidon Hippios, every year. Recently I've had the occasion to sit and think back, and I'm realizing that I've held this holiday for Poseidon, in one form or another, going back thirteen years although I've only been holding it continuously for nine. It is … Continue reading Poseidon Hippios

The dirt!

Yesterday I puttered around in the garden. It reached warm temperatures here, so I dug a spot for the rosemary Beth rescued last year, and planted the bulbs from the bulb-bowl we bought for Idunna and Bragi. I'm skeptical of whether or not I planted them deeply enough, but I also was at the end … Continue reading The dirt!