Image by gayleenfroese2 from Pixabay I am winter’s child – born in the middle of November in southern Alaska, where winter traditionally greets the land with a frosty kiss circa the second week of October. I recall a first grade discussion on the seasons, and when asked which months were part of winter, I rattled … Continue reading Winter’s Rest
As I wrote of previously, I’ve been undergoing something of a reclamation process. A journey, through which I am fighting to find myself as a spiritual being after many years of being both numb and lost. As time goes by, some of the reasons for that period of estrangement might be delved into here, but … Continue reading A Year and a Day – Day 1&2
The crow whispered to me throughout this experience, goading me to hold on to myself. To hold on to that one thread. To listen with my heart and my head for once.
Originally posted on Grennung Hund Heorþ:
So, brief introduction: I took an extended break from paganism for a while there from a combination of disillusionment, exhaustion with the community and aggravation with the divine. I’m back, sort of, at least with one foot in the door (and there was no rejoicing). And I’ve been thinking…
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