As promised, I've chosen to share some of my own experiences and tips in a complimentary post to Alura Cein's that I featured in the previous message here on S.D. Since I have worked with Her for a number of years, I can definitely vouch for how the world has changed; and because I've spent... Continue Reading →
Recently, I posted a literary update on T.W.N. announcing the future release of an new short story. There have been a lot of things to deal with lately in life, and some of my projects (outside of writing) are at a standstill right now. This is more than likely due, at least in part, to... Continue Reading →
I thank the Heavens for: the warmth of a furry friendthe joys and smells of fallthe sound of leaves crunching underfoot a chance to help another human beingthe spark of creativity to inspire and motive me
Group activities for this month. I’ll be participating in some of them. Hope this helps lift some spirits for all of you! Maybe you’ll join us or celebrate on your own. Either way can make a difference.
Grianstad, the days of many names. There’s a time that can be called many things due to the multiple meanings surrounding it. I have heard those in the spiritual plains above call it:
“End of Year”
“End of Sun” time.
Days of the Sleeping Goddess
The Coronation of the King
Return of the Hunter
And so many more. What I love most about this celebration is, that it incorporates several of them. First we have the celebration of the equinox. ￼￼During the first week of October, we have the feast of Tabernacle ‘s. Then there is￼ Samhain, and the very next day after there is All Saints Day. I’m so starting from the day of the equinox on September 21, all of the way up until November 1, it is a month jam packed with festivities. It’s always been tradition since Celtic tribal times to make our own decorations, tools…
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If people were to get a peek into my activities this year, they probably wouldn't think I was celebrating at all. While the Grianstad festival does include the day most people now call Halloween, we've never observed that day. Our festival is about giving thanks, helping others, and preparing for the winter - not... Continue Reading →
During this season, we're celebrating the Grianstad festival. This is our third year of keeping this tradition, and while there have been many changes in our lives recently, we've decided to bring back some of the good old days by incorporating activities that few people do anymore. For example, this year we are making... Continue Reading →
My favorite holiday is coming up! https://spirituallyawkward.com/grianstad-the-thanksgiving-feast/