A royal brew of pagan social issues and pagan socializing... and what shoes to wear while doing both.
Monthly archive September, 2010
Meet Me on the Equinox

Meet Me on the Equinox

Meet me on the equinox; meet me half way… as we walk through the dimming light, oh darling understand that everything, everything ends. - Death Cab for Cutie, Meet Me on the Equinox The alt-pop song played in my head (and on my iPhone) as I prepared for Winter Finding (Mabon, equinox, Witch’s Thanksgiving –...
Open Letter to Christine O'Donnell

Open Letter to Christine O’Donnell

Christine O’Donnell c/o Friends of Christine O’Donnell P.O. Box 3987 Wilmington, DE 19807 (302) 468-7010 bloggers@christine2010.com RE: Controversy over “witchcraft” statements Dear Ms. O’Donnell, We regret recent media coverage has smeared your name in relation to references you made to “witchcraft” on Politically Incorrect many years ago. Indeed, we view this coverage and, for several...
The Gifts We Give

The Gifts We Give

At my desk I have a lot of things that are important to me – an apple sculpture from when I was awarded Teacher of the Year, a birdhouse my sister made me when she was 4 (I use it as a pen holder), a clock my husband made for me last Christmas, business cards...
I Like Food

I Like Food

My husband and I say this to each other sometimes, like a mantra. One of Us: Hey, I just found out that [insert yummy restaurant] has an awesome happy hour. We could eat there for $30! The Other: *fist pump* I like food. or OoU: Check out this recipe I just found! Goat cheese, honey...
Open Letter to Dove World Outreach Center

Open Letter to Dove World Outreach Center

September 9, 2010 Terry D. Jones Dove World Outreach Center 5805 NW 37th St Gainesville, FL 32653 Phone: 352-371-2487 Fax: 352-371-6511 Email: info@doveworld.org Re: Burning the Qur’an on September 11, 2010 Dear Mr. Jones, We are writing to implore you and your congregation to cancel your campaign against Islam. Do not burn copies of the...
Friend or Schmo?

Friend or Schmo?

Jax and I are bursting with pride in regards to being pagan princesses. That is, we are proud of our blog. And we want to share it with all of our friends and family. Sharing with all family may be problematic as not all our relatives know we are pagan (though we are quite sure...
A Chair for My Friends

A Chair for My Friends

While American memorials of the dead usually end with the funeral, many cultures around the world have an annual festival recognizing kith and kin who have passed before – like the Japanese Bon, the Korean Chuseok, or the Mexican Dia de los Muertos. Though there are limited instances of this practice in the U.S. (like the...