So, I've been on the hunt for things for us to do as a family on the weekends. Weekends around here are challenging - the adults want down time, the kids struggle with unstructured time, and we don't always share the same ideas about how to have a good time. To that end, I've been… Continue reading Review: Rock On!
I've been thinking about this a lot lately. Part of the difference than Pagan religions and Abrahamic religions is that the Abrahamic folks (Jewish, Christian, Muslim) base their faith on words in a book. To follow their faith, they have to read it and learn what it says. Reading sounds a lot like school, don't… Continue reading Maybe We Don’t Need MoonDay School
At some point before I had kids, I went through a phase where I used nail polish constantly. And then I got a job as an engineer, and mostly stopped, for a combination of practical and perception reasons. But...one thing that I did after I stopped wearing polish all the time, was that I occasionally… Continue reading The Color of Magic
School is finally coming to an end here, and the wheel turns toward summer. It's always interesting how quickly the kids take the idea of nice weather and run with it (sometimes literally...all the way to the park). We're always trying to figure out what to do for Litha (summer solstice, which has a lot… Continue reading Into the Summer We Go
A while back I ran a site specifically with "MoonDay School" ideas - basically Sunday School, but for Pagan kids. One of the free resources I put together for that site was this list of 50 ways to do Ostara Eggs, which I'm sharing with you now, just in time for dying eggs. 50 Ways… Continue reading Ostara Freebie