The last day of my challenge. I was hoping that something epic (do people still say that?) would happen so I could end on a bang. That didn’t happen, so I was at a loss for what to share. After some thinking, I realized that this challenge let me see some of the magic that… Continue reading 30 Days of Pictures – Day 30
I am a very impatient person. Maybe that's not the right word. I don't mind something taking "too long," I just want it to be worth the wait. Throughout the week, but especially on the weekends, I try to cram in as much stuff as possible. It usually leaves me run-down and agitated. I spoke… Continue reading 30 Days of Pictures – Day 28
I keep three plants in my office. It brings a little nature into my day. The act of nurturing something brings me a lot of joy. I've also empowered each of them to road openers for the three facets of the business I manage. As I care for the plants, the plants care for my… Continue reading 30 Days of Pictures – Day 27
I think I've posted this picture before, but I've always had an affinity for the Virgin Mary. For me, she is the quintessential Mother Goddess figure for our time. I love the scene in Mists of Avalon where the Christian Church dresses old Goddess statues as the Virgin Mary. I think this is the guise… Continue reading 30 Days of Pictures – Day 25
I haven't owned, let alone worn a piece of pagan jewelry since my early 20's. For me, it felt like I was making my religion a fashion statement. It also attracted the wrong type of attention. Now that I've been following a tradition for almost 2 years and have really dedicated myself to study, I… Continue reading 30 Days of Pictures – Day 21
The Fool is my favorite Tarot card. It speaks of being fearless, the power of opportunity, and the beginning of a journey. One of my friends decides to buy me a Yule present. She knew that I read Tarot cards, so she decided to buy me a Tarot key chain. She didn't know what card… Continue reading 30 Days of Pictures – Day 16
Halfway there. This is a picture I saw at a Spiritualist church. It made me smile and gave me a bit of comfort.