Here’s another installment of Three Things Thursday – three mini posts nestled together in one for your viewing pleasure! Three is a magic number, right? Keep Making Offerings: The sun is shining, but if you go outside, the bitter cold will slap you in the face. Still, I felt compelled to put some offerings atContinue reading “Three Things Thursday: Keep Making Offerings, A New Excerpt, and ‘Slow Seeing””
Once more, in an effort to update my blog more regularly, here’s another installment of Three Things Thursday! Three mini posts nestled together in one for your viewing pleasure! 1) Hagstone Publishing recently released a little interview with me. In it, I share one of the most significant, spiritual moments of my life. It actuallyContinue reading “Three Things Thursday: Writer Spotlight, Winter Gardens, and Waffles”
I felt stressed the last couple of weeks. Work has been a major contributor to that, but I also credit the extreme cold. It meant a lot of time inside, shielded from the sun. When the temperatures rose to the 40s this weekend (yay, heatwave!), I heard the call of the forest and needed toContinue reading “Sometimes I Just Need to Get Out”
It’s the Spring Equinox and it’s snowing in the North Country. Go figure. Of course, if you look, you’ll find signs of spring all over. Nature just doesn’t throw a switch and say, “Tada! Spring now!” The transition between seasons is a gradual process full of growth and decline. I spent the last couple weekendContinue reading “Nature Awareness: Signs of Spring”
A blessed Winter Solstice to my readers! The sun is reborn and we rejoice in the lengthening days! Yesterday was a hard day for us because of Potion’s passing. But we persevered and, after a long day of work, delved into preparations for today. There were gifts to finish, floors to clean, and evergreens toContinue reading “The Twelve Days of Yule – Day Two and Three!”
I wanted to share some photos I took during my last nature walk. A bottle full of moss. My outdoor shrine. Bones. Part of a small rodent’s jawbone. Wildflower. A moss covered rock. Trees waking up!