Category: observation

Writing Therapy

I find writing a wonderful coping mechanism. If in doubt, write it out! Poems, songs, even random ramblings all help me put my thoughts into some kind of order; left to their own devices, they squabble and have no pecking order, but on the…

Spring in Burntwood (3)

And strange little holes that had to be investigated with torches. This one, formed by part of an ancient pipe, held about a dozen snails, sheltering from the sunny spell.

Spring in Burntwood (2)

And snowdrops:

Spring in Burntwood (1)

We found pigs:

Springing Forward…

I’m about to start writing our rite (riting??) for Spring Equinox, also know as Ostara and various other goddess related names. I’m using the theme of fresh beginnings, which is common through ritual work at the Sabbats, as we cleanse away that which is…

Winter Wonder Winner!

Now that’s a mouthful isn’t it! I’ve just been reading back through the Winter Wonder entries and they are all so beautiful and heartfelt in their own way, I was actually sad to have to pick a winner. However, that’s what I promised, so…

Will God let us be friends?

Someone on tumblr asked if people of different religions could be friends. Here is my response: I’m not sure that any of my friends have exactly the same religion. Even many of my Christian and Muslim friends argue (good naturedly) about different teachings, and…