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Visiting Alice - Motivation Monday

Last week I had the privilege of traveling to Colorado and visiting with Alice.  She is my grandma’s first cousin and was born in 1920.  Her dad, Charles Edward Tracy, was my great grandfather, John Wesley Tracy’s, younger brother.   473 more words

Tracy Family Research And Stories

Link: On Pagan Martyrs

This is a wonderful post by Rebecca Buchanan on PaganSquare about Pagan Martyrs. Here is the link: On Pagan Martyrs



Samhain is soon upon us here in the Southern Hemisphere. But in the keeping of Ostara and Easter, I’ve found myself doing “spring cleaning.” That’s right, folks, I’m off work and have the time to clean! 809 more words

Around The Cauldron

Pink Grandma

My paternal grandma Emma was an amazing woman. Born in 1908 in Liverpool England, the youngest of four children. At the age of 13 she was allowed an exemption to leave school early and enter domestic service. 231 more words


Nonpareils, My Grandmother & The Black Eyed Peas

I just had a spiritual experience while spring cleaning to the Black Eyed Peas.

I should emphasize that I don’t celebrate Easter. But yesterday on a whim I bought chocolate nonpareils, a candy that my grandmother favored, and put some on my house altar to honor her and a holiday that my ancestors observed. 80 more words



Having been at a loss for what to write for the past few weeks, I asked my friends for suggestions. One of my good friends came through for me! 678 more words

dna bubbles

the thing had no name,
just a big ol’ white pill in the sky.
we liked the way its light hit branches;
turning em all wicked; 35 more words