Singing For Her


July 2014


“Mappa Mundi” located in Dover Castle, UK [2048×2048]


My dog spent yesterday with her vet –  and he doesn’t know what’s wrong. 

She’s not eating as she should. 😦  We’re going to try getting a different food for her for tonight. 

The earliest she can go back to the vet is next week.

Admit it, MOST OF YOU started out with a Silver Raven Wolf book.







Yes. Yes, I did. But while she was my starting point and answered questions for me that I needed answered in that awkward in-between phase of transitioning from Christianity, she most certainly did not turn out to be a big influence on me 🙂 That credit goes to the lovely and awesome Ellen Dugan ^_^

Not me.

Thea Sabin was my first Wiccan book. Scott Cunningham the second. 🙂

The internet here.

Even when I was a teenager it was really hard for me to take an adult who called themselves “silver ravenwolf” seriously. Like how many “spooky” buttons are you trying to press with one name.

The second book I got was a SRW book and a lot of SRW-esque websites. The first book I got was The Wiccan Spell Book by Gerina Dunwich.

I’m not afraid to admit that I started out fluffier than a bag of Norwegian forest cat kittens. Most folks start out fluffy. Its a part of learning and growing.

Honestly? I wish I’d had someone to say “Wait! Don’t get that book!” when I was starting out. Sure, I looked around on the internet but most of what I found was stuff like, so I mean…… yanno.

I got lucky and when I first got into witchcraft I had a friend who had a vast pool of knowledge and she kindly steered me far, far away from such things.

My first book (and I still have it) was Good Magic by Marina Medici. SRW was just starting to publish when I started off. 
I did get some SRW after that, along with Cunningham, the Farrars, Gardner, and Valiente. I also read Blavatsky early on. 


And people, you do not get to dictate to your partners what their needs are or should be. If you can’t sit and talk it out with an open heart and mind, you probably shouldn’t be together.


Captain America totally nails America’s immigration problem 

What would iconic superhero Captain America say about America’s on-going immigration debate? He’d say the obvious: That we’re not treating people coming to this country like human beings.

Congress should take Cap’s advice Follow micdotcom

Art tips:


Just draw the damn hands.  Stop ending them at stumps at the wrist. Stop hiding them behind someone’s back.  Draw them.  Yeah, you’re probably bad at them, guess what? Everyone is.  And you’re not going to get better by not drawing them.

So draw the damn hands.

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