There has been so much that has happened lately that my mind struggles with fitting it all into the course of the last two weeks. So many changes, some for the better with definite movement forward, others that leave me conflicted, my heart heavy, and with whispers on every bird song that bring me to tears. But all change is a step forward, even if we cannot see it. Even what feels like a step backward is still a step forward for while time may not be linear, our lives most certainly are and everything that happens to us moves us closer to who we will be in the end, influencing who we will be in the next.
In earlier blog posts, I’ve hinted at a massive change happening for my family and me. In truth, it’s something that I’ve vaguely mentioned for a few years now, actually. But, somehow, hope and intention have given way to reality, and the dream is finally poised to manifest, albeit in ways that I could have never imagined.
It has been quite a while since I've posted a new article, a problem that I am happy to say has been remedied today! And despite a Mercury retrograde, I am mostly finished with tweaking the website. Just little changes here and there, a search bar, some photos, and a footer filled with handy little links to various places on the site. There will be a few more changes coming, nothing major, and probably nothing that anyone other than me will notice.
So, now that I've shaken most of the dust off the website, I will also be posting articles regularily, every Full Moon, as well as blogging regularily, too. If you happen to notice anything glitchy, let me know, or if you have any suggestions for making the Articles page easier to navigate and/or user friendly, do also let me know (that page continues to stump me...)
Wishing you all a productive Full Moon, without too many surprises.
It's been nearly 8 months since my last proper blog post, and as I mentioned in my last brief post, so very much has happened since then. There were some rather bumpy moments, moments when I was truly scared and not sure how things were going to work out, or if they even could. However, one of my mottoes, if that's truly the proper term, is that there is always a solution*. I also have profound faith in my Gods; I'm a good little priestess and They have yet to not help when I sincerely asked, and as a witch I couldn't allow for anything other than for things to work out.
We were lucky. Things falling into place just as they needed to, money arriving unexpectedly when so desperately needed, and through it all my husband and I managed to not entirely lose our bearings (hell, we even managed moments of optimism and joy.) Like I said, we were very lucky.
The time between this and my last post is concerning to me. But due to an unfortunate incident with a laptop the situation was rather unavoidable. Thankfully, that situation has been remedied and now with a functioning computer seated firmly beneath my fingertips, I am trying to make up for loss time.
My goal, at present, is to finish up with all the techy bits by the Full Moon. So far, this means just prettying up the place and cleaning up the navigation (it also means a snazzy new search bar at the top right, which I'm thrilled about.) I'm also trying to come up with a better way to organize the Articles page as it seems clumsy to me (suggestions appreciated!) Starting at the following Dark Moon, I will resume posting regular articles, aiming for every Dark Moon; expect blog post as the inspiration comes.
Many changes have happened in my life since my last post, so, in the interest of catharsis and polite gossip, I will be posting a catch-up post soon, too.
Untilt then, may today's Dark Moon treat you gently.
Omens are building again. Little signs slowly appearing, in surprising places, just as they normally do. Apparently the Universe is in the mood for talking; I am grateful.
Things stalled for a while. I got distracted: focused too stronly on maintaining focus that I lost track on where I was going; of course, I ended up not going anywhere.
The end of Mars retrograde certainly helped. It was about that time that things started rolling again: I shook off my funk, took a look around, and noticed a large, draining hole in my life.
That recognition has mulling away in my mind now.
So it's a little trivial, but it's something I find exciting, so... after blogging for over a year now, I've finally got one of those snazzy little "friend connect" subscribe boxes in the sidebar. My site host doesn't offer such a thing and wasn't compatible for one before. But, thanks to my fabulous husband there's one just over there to the right now. :D
Long time no blog. *sigh* Things have been stressful as of late and I'm afraid I'm on a path to burning out soon. Headache every night this week; yesterday was a vicious migraine that took hold of my stomach and ordered an evacuation. The kids have not been helpful, school is ...frustrating, and my love has been gone all week (contributing to the non-helpful behavior of the older three, the baby, of course, is happy as long as she is in mommy's arms.) I apologize to all who read this for not being even slightly entertaining. I shall try harder, but no guarantees until after I finish midterms this week. Remind me, please, why I thought going back to school was going to be fun. And to think I have two more classes starting next Monday. Surely I'm crazy, if not, I will be soon enough. Ahhhhhhh.................
We've been in the new house for about five days now. Needless to say, there is a small trail winding amongst the piles of boxes that leads from one room to the other. We are slowly getting things pulled together, but none of the larger furniture has made it yet, so it feels as if we're camping ...indoors.
This weekend has been a surprisingly busy one. The town we live in has a rather odd ordinance of only allowing rummage sales during one weekend of the year. And, as we have just bought a house and do need to update and repair it some, we went rummaging to procure goodies for this feat.
Granted, it may not be exciting to most people, but I had a blast. We managed to get pick up nearly enough supplies to completely remodel the master bathroom. Brand new toilet, internal pieces, and caulk, picked up for less than $30. And we also picked up a snazzy new light fixture, and heating vents (that match,) too.
But, my excitement came, more so, from the books we found. We found The Hobbit and the Lord of the Rings Trilogy, a book on cartomancy, the book for the Motherpeace tarot deck, the Russian Tarot of St. Petersburg book and card set, and a hefty tome on Aromatherapy. Combine this with acquiring the first 5 books out of the Dune series this last week (thank you! :D) and my library contents currently have me in a state of bliss. Ah. Now, if only I didn't have school to worry about I might be able to squeeze in some recreational reading time (nevermind the four kids 5 and under or having just bought a house that needs a tad bit of repairing.) Perhaps next semester.
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