Three Things Thursday: Pagan Parenting Things and Stuff

Each Thursday I share three items that have inspired or informed me. This week, I’m sharing some things for Pagan Parents: information on a religious education program, a craft activity, and an adorable onesie. Little Oaks:  A Religious Education Program for Young Pagans Fellow ADF member and parent, Rev. Jan Avende, is putting together aContinue reading “Three Things Thursday: Pagan Parenting Things and Stuff”

What Inspired my Writing?

An instagram prompt asked what inspired me to write my story. I decided this topic deserved a blog post because it’s very much entwined with why I write in general and what I share with my readers here. Let me begin by saying I wanted to be an author since I was younger, but nearlyContinue reading “What Inspired my Writing?”

Three Things Thursday: Stickers!

Each Thursday, I share three things that have informed or inspired. This week, I’m highlighting three artists and their glorious stickers! I hear you. “Stickers? Really? What does this have to do with Druidry, Pagansim, etc?” Look, most of us agree that supporting actual artists over corporations is a good thing, right? But if you’reContinue reading “Three Things Thursday: Stickers!”

Magic Lessons

The house grows still after another busy day. Upstairs, my husband’s voice rumbles like a purring cat as he reads to our daughter in bed. A moment ago, she sipped a “sleepy dream time” potion we made together. Lately, Bee has been playing witch. I did the same thing when I was her age. IContinue reading “Magic Lessons”

Three Things Thursday: Sturgeon Lecture, African American Nature Poetry, and Animism in Avatar

Each week, I share three things that have informed or inspired me in the hopes that they will help someone else exploring nature-based spirituality. Sturgeon Lecture – Tonight! Later today, I’m going to attend an online lecture from local environmentalist organization the Indian River Lakes Conservancy. I’m super pumped to learn about one of myContinue reading “Three Things Thursday: Sturgeon Lecture, African American Nature Poetry, and Animism in Avatar”

Where Do I Put Offerings?

If there’s one positive to come out of some of the more bizarre news in the online Pagan and witchcraft communities this weekend, it’s that it brought many of us together in conversation. Yesterday a relatively new Pagan posted in a local FB group about the whole “hexing the moon and the Fae” nonsense, butContinue reading “Where Do I Put Offerings?”

Three Things Thursday: Courses and Workshops to Help You Become a Better Person and Pagan

Each Thursday, I share three tidbits with my readers. These could be books, movies, documentaries, podcasts, etc that have informed and inspired me. This week, I’m sharing three educational opportunities I benefited from. Maybe they’ll interest you? So You Want to Talk About Race – Google Talk Last month, I recommended the book “So WantContinue reading “Three Things Thursday: Courses and Workshops to Help You Become a Better Person and Pagan”

Liminal Times at Liminal Spaces

During the intense heat of last week, I followed the wisdom of so many other creatures and hid in the shade. If I wasn’t under my porch writing, I was inside… writing, reading, or lounging around like a wet noodle. I found that I woke up, mentally, physically, and spiritually, at dusk. When the sunContinue reading “Liminal Times at Liminal Spaces”

Three Things Thursday: Newsletters, Poetry, and Deities

Each Thursday, I share three things that are on my mind, inspiring me, or informing me as a Druid and a writer. Hope you enjoy! My Newsletter I’m starting off with a bit of shameless self-promotion. My first newsletter will go out into the wide world this weekend! It will feature information about my debutContinue reading “Three Things Thursday: Newsletters, Poetry, and Deities”

What the Garden Teaches me

There’s so much to do during the summer. There are words to contemplate and tweak, but also plenty to keep me busy in the garden. When sitting becomes too much, I’m so grateful for the mini oasis I’ve been working with. The garden is an excellent teacher if you pay attention. Today I harvested moreContinue reading “What the Garden Teaches me”