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People Who Inspire Me: Sandy Brehl

The last time I saw Sandy Brehl, she was teaching other people’s books.  This time when we met, she taught me her own.

I’ve known Sandy since that day for summers ago when I walked into one of her excellent workshops, “Unpacking the Power of Picture Books,” at Muskego Public Library. 525 more words

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#Blog - Amazon customer service. You're doing it right!

A user uploaded a chat transcript onto Reddit showing a chat he had with Amazon customer service about an order he had placed but not received. 12 more words

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Saxon and Viking Gods

Saxons and Vikings worshipped the Norse Gods, in their homelands, but in Britain they became Christians. They never forgot the religious beliefs of their Gods, these warrior Gods, and their ancestor’s stories of heroic deeds, all in the name of their Gods! 365 more words

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Call for Submissions: Masks of the High One -- a Devotional Anthology for Odin

A little more than a year ago, I put out a call for submissions for Prayers to the Allfather, a book of prayers and rituals for Odin. 777 more words

Odin

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Call for Submissions: Masks of the High One -- a Devotional Anthology for Odin

A little more than a year ago, I put out a call for submissions for Prayers to the Allfather, a book of prayers and rituals for Odin. 777 more words

Odin

Wiccecraeft and Galdorcraeft – Anglo-Saxon Witchcraft, Divination, Magic and Spirit Possession

The Angles, Saxons and Jutes settled in what is now known as England in the 5th century CE. They originated from lands that developed into northern Germany and southern Denmark, and spoke languages that are classified as Germanic. 1,061 more words

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