[Note: if you aren’t Pagan, you may find this one a bit “out-there.” Comments are moderated.] I like Lughnasadh a lot. The harvest festival reminds me that we are firmly in the waning half of the year, which is my soul’s joy for many reasons (weather, at least eventually, definitely among them!). It heralds the… Continue reading Lughnasadh 2017: Burned Fields and a Waterfall
These are troubling times, friends, at least if you’re American and not glued to 45’s terrifyingly incompetent ass. Yesterday, he announced a ban on transgender men and women serving in the military in any capacity. He followed that up later with an all-caps statement that in this country, “We worship God!” (Wake up, non-Christians! He’s… Continue reading It’s Time to Speak Out. Where are You?
Every time I come back from Germany, I realize I’ve inadvertently curbed certain bad habits and have once again set my feet on a healthier path, physically and mentally — just by getting into the groove of life there! Then I come home, and the struggle to maintain these little changes begins. What am I… Continue reading How Germany Kick-Started My Goals (again)
Should you marry someone of a different faith? That depends on the faith and on who you ask…
(Loki’s story has been heavy on my mind lately because my 13-year-old Shih Tzu may push me into a very difficult decision within the next week or two. I’m 34 and I’ve never had to decide if it was “time” for a beloved pet to leave. It would hardly be the first time I couldn’t… Continue reading Loki’s Story: Beginnings in Endings, Holding On and Letting Go
“All I want is a little candle/book/soap/oils/Tarot shop of my own in a small, liberal, chatty, nature-y town somewhere scenic. #dreams” That was me the other day, casual thoughts spilling over into Twitter conversations as per usual (seriously, if there were a job calling for a professional rambler, I’d be one of the most successful… Continue reading A Dream of Welcome
What makes a story stay with us forever? What frequency is it that resonates with those innermost heartstrings for each of us? These stories shape our lives and seem to reflect back our innermost selves, or the higher Selves we all strive to be. I believe that the “sticky stories” we come across highlight core… Continue reading Stories that Stick