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”
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”
I read an article today that captured the spirit and concern of one of my recent posts. It relates to Britain specifically, but I see a similar disconnect between people and nature in the United States. It amazes me how many adults (who have lived in Upstate NY all their lives) don’t know the difference betweenContinue reading “Connecting to the Land and Learning the Land”
A figurine from my mother and baby’s first photo on our family altar. Photo by Grey Catsidhe, 2012 I can’t remember the first time I considered raising a future child Pagan. When I started down the polytheistic path, I was still quite young and wasn’t even sure I wanted to have kids. I have memoriesContinue reading “Pregnant Pagan: The Question of Raising Children in a Pagan Home”
Earthdance: Joanne Ryder,Norman Gorbaty: 9780805062311: Amazon.com: Books. I recently came across Earthdance by Joanne Ryder, illustrated by Norman Gorbaty. As soon as I started to read, it sounded familiar. It begins with a dark semicircle. In the distance there is blue space and shining stars. One of the stars seems to send down a beam ofContinue reading “Earthdance: Introduce Your Children to Guided Meditation”
Yesterday I went to a Mother Earth News Homesteading Fair in Lowville, NY. It was located at the Maple Ridge Center, kind of a hybrid farm, winter recreation retreat, and Christian education facility. Thankfully, the event was secular in nature and thus very accessible. The cost was only $10 for a whole day ($15Continue reading “A Great Time at the Homesteading Fair in Lowville, NY”
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