Let’s Educate Instead of Hate

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What is Ethical Eating?

       This post is from the blog From the Firm to the Farm: Military Lawyer to Sustainable Homesteader in One Year - Maybe.  Please stop by!       I've mentioned Ethical Eating a number of times on this blog, and I wrote about it a good bit over at Cheap Wine and Cookies.  The Ethical Eating phenomenon is spre...more
Really enjoyed reading this post at urbanearthworm.org! I recently looked into the locavore ...more

Pagan Blog Project – “B” for Body

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Pagan Blog Project - "B" for "Bath"

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Snakes, Paganism, and St. Patrick

Crosses and snakes: both paga...more
I had heard there were no snakes in Ireland.  I wasn't sure it was true.  Interesting story.  I ...more

Winter Solstice

I would like to wish my Pagan and Wiccan readers and friends a joyous Winter Solstice!  Enjoy your holiday! Love,Jerri...more

Maiden, Mother, Crone: My Body and My Spirituality

Loving, supportive friends are not unlike mothers in some ways, and by being a loving and supportive friend, you are mothering someone, and effectively learning how to treat yourself in the process. Mothering my children and being mothered by my friends has taught me how to mother myself, and that has helped me grow so that I can help others. ...more
I think I may still be in the maiden stage because I just get overwhelmed when I think about the ...more

Patron Saint of Lovers: History of St. Valentine’s Day

Kisses I'm a romantic at heart. I love cheesy romantic comedies. I'm a sucker for a sweet love story. Jane Eyre is my all-time favorite book for Pete's sake....more

Celebrating the Sabbats - Foods for Imbolc

Imbolc is the second Sabbat in the Pagan Wheel of the Year. This holiday celebrates new beginnings and the first stirrings of Earth's renewal as She prepares to shake off winter's slumber.The word Imbolc either means "in the womb" or "ewe's milk" depending upon which spelling and interpretation you read. In either case, it refers to the ewes of the flock, pregnant with lambs, their udders filling with milk as the lambing season approaches.After 2 months of eating foods which had been stored for winter, this milk provided a welcome and nutritious change....more

Meeting Ian: New Moon Intentions At Work

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