Sunday, October 17, 2010


Another Samhain is coming and I am loving the coming Witches New Year...I simply love this Sabbat the most. It is time for us to remember those who have gone before us and a time to reflect on the old year and welcome a new year.

Things I Would Love to Accomplish this Year:

1. Get my new house painted on the inside and get moved in if the landlord will just move it along....
2. Get ready for my trip to Sweden and England to see my future inlaws....
3. Have a really great holiday season with my inlaws here in the states...
4. Love my boy more this year than I have ever...which isn't hard
5. Continue having good health...Which I have enjoyed for some months now...
6. Continue my work with my True Blood Fansite and finally get the adventure I have been writing finished.....
7. Be a better person to my fellow man....
8. Enjoy my life with little or no drama....
9. Stop and smell the roses....
10. Thank God for all He has given me...

What are your hopes for the New Year?

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Happy Mabon

I hope everyone is preparing for the fall seasons and the Sabbats we will be celebrating soon. One fo the things I love the most about the Sabbots for fall are the colors. The yellows and golds and muted greens and purples and black. I remember a particularly important gift I received at Mabon: My pentacle star.

When I decided to become a witch I seemed to see the five pointed star everywhere, and not just the star but the ring around it, the true witch's star. It has such rich meaning to us who follow the craft. Despite years of abuse by Hollywood, the pentacle and the pentagram, the transversed star, is full of symbolic meaning and all of it good.

The Pentacle symbolizes the spirit and the four elements. The Pentagram symbolizes elements of faith: Wisdom, Fortitude, Intention, Intuition and Empowerment. It enables us to seek and know one another. I love to see other witches wearing their pentacles and I can smile and say a quiet Blessed Be or Merry Meet and see that surprised but pleased look on their face. It is the feeling of not being alone in a society that often times lets you know they could do without you. You walk a little steadier, your shoulders are a little straighter and you feel recognized and treasured.

To all of those who wear the Star: Happy Mabon and a very blessed be.....


Saturday, July 10, 2010

Love and Magik

So, I have happy news. I am engaged to be married. I met the most wonderful man in England. His name is Sean and I am head over heels. He has left England to live with me in America. He is a very bright lawyer and he is my safe place.

One of the wonderful things about being in this relationship with Sean is he knows I am a witch. How could he not. When I met him I was boiling some mugwort for my bruises and he came in and asked me what I was doing. I told him what I was doing and told him I was a witch.

When our relationship deepened, I gave him a book about being in a relationship with a witch, either as a family member or a romantic partner. It explains some the basic things he should know about life with a Witch...which is basically, we are just like everyone else, we simply pray and work a little differently. He has accepted me wholeheartedly and I love him deeply for it.

So, one of things we must really think about is how to tell people we love who we are. This is not always easy and it will not always work out the way we would like, but being honest and being open to questions, even if they trouble us or make us feel defensive is always the best policy. Sharing yourself with the universe is always hard, we are raised to be so self centered and egoistic. But letting go and letting God is always the best way to do things.

Before you decide to tell someone, you may want to cast some spells that encourage acceptance and understanding and cool emotions. You might want to cast for yourself to have wisdom on your tongue and anger cooled, because sometimes they can upset you. You can also ask for protection from negativity, not only for yourself but those you talk to. All these things can help you when you decide, with trepidation, to step out of the Broom Closet....

Blessed be,

Monday, June 28, 2010

Back to Work

Thank you so much for all of your support and concern, and now I am ready to go back to work on my blog.

So, to begin writing again on my blog, I will write about following your path.

Because, in a way, I have been on the path but stuck along side of the road broke down, with my hood up so to speak. Now I am well enough to put my feet back on it and I rejoice.

So, something that I have been experiencing is meeting people who are just now putting their feet on the path to the Craft. As we all know, not all stay with us, but there is something exhilarating about being on the path. It is intoxicating and suddenly the world becomes brighter.

I remember my beginnings on the path, the rush to buy books and to study and know more and more. The feeling that...Wow...there is more to this than just waving a wand and muttering a few words. It is about finding the magik in yourself, that you have had all along and learning how to use it.

I hope that everyone goes on a path. And not just a path to magik, but a path to self. We are amazing creatures, humans, full of passion and joys and terrors. I think it is sad that so many of us do not go inside ourselves and explore our own human potential. We lose so much.


Friday, January 22, 2010


It has been such a long time since I wrote on this blog. Thanks to all who have sent me good vibes and best intentions.

It has been a long time since I have written on this blog because I had a relapse of my cancer, but I am much better now and I will be back in action, writing and musing and teaching and learning about the craft.

Blessed be to all who have sent me your best wishes.