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The rain...

It’s been raining the past couple days. Where we live it doesn’t do that very often so it’s an event any time it does rain. There’s something “grass is greener” about the weather hour region doesn’t usually get. 142 more words

Practical Philosophy


Choosing to go with the part of me that is rejoicing, I am shouting “yippee” to my virtual world and in my real world.

Why, you ask? 91 more words


Being Fully Human

I still fail to comprehend people that put so much effort in appearing good and keeping up a “reputation”?

While I never gave a damn of other thoughts’ and opinions’ of me- when I was young it troubled me that I was always misunderstood. 1,224 more words


Death Becomes You

The signs of the changing season are many and plentiful: there is a new crispness in the air, the days grow shorter, the leaves begin to fall, pumpkin spice flavoring has been injected into every consumable, and the yearly barrage of educational outreach posts from the Pagan community are making the rounds. 455 more words


Autumn - traditions and superstitions

Last week I was soaking up the sun in Gran Canaria where it was at least 28 degrees every day. In our absence, autumn seems to have well and truly arrived. 679 more words

Doing Halloween And Harvest On A Budget

It’s a tradition in our home, we go to a fun fall festival market, swim though corn and try to get lost in a corn field maze.  956 more words


Celebrate Día de los Muertos in Chicago:For FREE!

With Mexico being over 1,000 miles away, my parents made sure to keep our cultural traditions going wherever we were.

So I plan on doing the same with Noah! 303 more words