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A confluence of Witch and Scientologist

 If you don’t recognize this, it’s a shot of the Maypole that stands, year round, in my back yard. Brian snapped it and posted it to my facebook page with the caption: … 429 more words

Five Photos ... with Alys West

My guest on the blog today is Alys West, a fellow Write Romantic and Yorkshire lass. Alys is kindly sharing her five photos with us, and I’ve really enjoyed looking at them. 895 more words

An inclusive wheel of the year

Some versions of the Wheel of the Year (the eight festivals of Wicca and Druidry) can feel excluding, particularly those that focus on the God and the Goddess interacting through the cycle of the seasons. 1,578 more words

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Zombies!

Glastonbury is legendary for a host of reasons. Its parades, processions and staged events, for example, make headlines locally, nationally and internationally. Whenever I’m a long way from Glastonbury, perhaps chatting in a bar half way round the world and I happen to mention Glastonbury, I find that people have usually heard of the “Glastonbury Festival”, at the very least. 721 more words

Town Crier

alienorajt reblogged this on Chronicles of an Orange-Haired Woman! and commented:

I absolutely love this piece, written by our Town Crier, David Greenway - and so I am taking the liberty of reblogging it. Enjoy!

Beltane Bird Revisited

I haven’t been adding to this blog very much over the last couple of years as I tend to be focusing more on my Dragon Dreaming… 352 more words

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Days of Gratitude #23

A friend started the 30 days of gratitude challenge and I thought it was a wonderful idea. You should stop by and check her poetry out she is… 106 more words

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