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Taleweaving: teaching tales

A guest post by Elen Sentier

Folk and fairy tales have come down to us through the ages. They continue to be birth themselves today with modern authors like Terri Windling’s The Wood Wife, and Patricia Wrede’s Talking to Dragons. 456 more words



Went to my very first palm reading this weekend…

It’s not that I’ve never had a palm reading, it’s more like this is the first time I’ve ever been to one whom I have no connections with; so lets say I went to a professional palm reader, not amateur ones. 249 more words


How a Cat Became a Man - Book One - Chapter Eight

Eighth instalment.

Thomas is shocked by Jimmy’s revelation and the farmer feels the stirring of magic in the air.

Chapter Eight

She came at him. 1,802 more words

Hunter's Gift

The misty forest
Cold and deep
Stalking with ill intent
Wet leaves of silence
Wilderness smells as guidance
Laughter I hear far away
A melody of many… 275 more words

E Pluribus Unum


From many come one-the motto of the United States as inscribed on the great seal of the United States, and what used to be on their bills until 1955 when the United States reacted to the Cold War and the threat of Soviet Communism by redefining themselves for the first time as a “Christian Country” by replacing the accepting motto (from many come one) with “In God We Trust”. 1,651 more words

Gratitude month: day 29

NC weather.

Today was the second day in a row that was jeans and a short sleeve shirt. At the end of November.

Also, for anyone planning on joining in, tonight is the first candle lighting on the Solstice Sun Wheel. 11 more words


A New Experience

Hello there!

I’ve debated blogging for quite some time. You see, I live a life that is never, not once, boring. And yet I never felt I had a life worth sharing with others. 177 more words