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Imbolc                                                      Waxing Bloodroot Moon We’ve begun the slippery, muddy slide into the growing season, though I understand some of the parking lot snow piles, many well over 8 feet high and some much higher than that, will take a long … Continue reading

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Nix Still Comes Down…Geesh

Imbolc                                                       Waning Bridgit Moon This has been a nix two-day event.  The Woolly’s, for the first time I recall, canceled.  Too little parking around Charlie Haislet’s condo. The days events scattered around me, I never quite got traction, feel a … Continue reading

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Nix Still Comes Down

Imbolc                                                                      Waning Bridgit Moon Boy did we get the snow.  Don’t know how much, but it sure piled up in the driveway.  Up to the top of my Sorels when I retrieved the paper. Business meeting this morning.  Still reconnoitering … Continue reading

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Snow in LA. Earthquake in Indiana. Ice Here. End Times?

Winter                                                                         Waning Moon of the Winter Solstice Headlines you never expected to see: Wind gusts topping 90 mph topple trees in L.A. area, blocking roads; snow closes I-15 Magnitude 3.8 Earthquake Rattles Indiana Whoa.  Earthquake.  Indiana?  What the…   Here’s an … Continue reading

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Samhain                                                  Waxing Moon of the Winter Solstice The Winter Solstice comes in a week.  The longest night.  I’ll be there, remembering the triple Goddess, Bridgit, burning a candle and honoring the deep inside of us all. Yesterday I used the … Continue reading

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