Great Outdoor Expo and a Different Perspective on Ancestor Veneration

As I said in my last entry, my husband and I saw “How to Train Your Dragon” this afternoon.  After that we went to the Watertown Great Outdoor Expo.*  The entrance fee was only $3 per person so I figured it would be a fun thing to check out.  It’s true that my husband andContinue reading “Great Outdoor Expo and a Different Perspective on Ancestor Veneration”

Bits and Bobs on a Tuesday Night

First off, a doodle I’ve been toying with tonight.* I was experimenting with some charcoal. Not really done but thought I’d share. I was really hopeful to get one of my books on magic in Northern Europe today. I can’t wait to start the ISP! In the meantime, I’m slowly working my way through someContinue reading “Bits and Bobs on a Tuesday Night”

In case any fellow Northern NY Pagans didn’t know…

North Country Goes Green” Irish Festival From March 11-14, Watertown plays host to their annual “North Country Goes Green” Irish Festival, at the State Office Building. The festival, promising three days of constant musical entertainment, supports Project Children, raising money to bring children from Northern Ireland to Northern New York for four weeks in theContinue reading “In case any fellow Northern NY Pagans didn’t know…”

Trying Not to be Lazy

The terrible fatigue I’ve been feeling lately has spread to my spirituality. My rituals are suddenly shorter and lack any real meditation. I’ve tried to meditate in bed but I always fall asleep and have strange dreams that I can’t really remember in the morning. I keep thinking about and seeing foxes everywhere. My innerContinue reading “Trying Not to be Lazy”