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Your daily life is your temple and your religion. Whenever you enter into it take with you your all. Take the plough and the forge and the mallet and the lute, The things you have fashioned in necessity or for … Continue reading
I’m supposed to protect my magic. But I want to godzilla the world. The kind of woman about whom, when her feet hit the floor in the morning, the devil says Oh shit, she’s awake! Quiet, serene. Mrs. Hempstock. Someone … Continue reading
Tomorrow my demons will cower at my feet But tonight they lie beside me, intimate, close whispering in my ear.
Not with treatments, though I’m approaching the tail end of those too. No, I’m almost through with summer. October is when it finally gets beautiful (mostly) here in AZ. It’s still hot during the day (approached 100 this weekend) but … Continue reading
So, last post I mentioned some garbage going on in my life. Some soul-searching has been happening as result of the garbage – the garbage doesn’t deserve any mention beyond this, but the soul-searching surely does. If this sounds all … Continue reading
Really, it’s been that long? Wow. Apologies if this is news you’ve heard, either from Facebook or through the grapevine, but hey, my blog. I have been a busy little bee these days, though not of my own design. In … Continue reading
I’ve recently started the second half of the morning glories stole, so I’m dreaming of what comes next. (Because just past the halfway mark of a six-and-a-half foot long stole is “almost done”.) Awhile ago I purchased yarn to make … Continue reading
I will write a sorta New Year’s post soonish, but after comparing notes with a lovely friend, I should point out that I do not now have, nor have I ever had*, an account on MSN.com. If you have seen … Continue reading
Cuz wow. (I was about to call someone today to rant about how I WASNOTNUH-UHNUH-UH late on my training cuz it’d due DECEMBER 15 DUH, and then….Oh, right. Good thing I didn’t send that email.) Well, feh, I went back … Continue reading