In any community of sufficient size, there turns out to be a wide range of people - different ages, different genders and/or sexualities, different living situations and family structures, different incomes, different health concerns, and different levels of comfort in any given situation. And as a community, it's our job as members to be generally… Continue reading How We Treat Families Matters
Ok, where did the year go? How is it already December? I know I didn't sleep through it, because I'm way too tired to have actually slept that long. School for the kids has taken considerably more time and brain power this year than one would have expected. It's complicated, when you have complicated kids.… Continue reading It’s December Already?
It's getting to be Pagan Pride Day season - ours is this coming weekend. While I know Pagan Pride Day was started to be an open invitation for folks in the community to come out and see what we're all about, I'm not sure that it actually does that. I haven't seen much in the… Continue reading Pagan Pride
It seems to me that at least in modern America, we lack appropriate rites of passage in many cases. For kids growing up, their big ones are getting a driver's license, graduating high school, and being old enough to drink (which, given our culture, probably adds to the level of alcohol abuse). There's not much… Continue reading Rites of Passage
While it's sometimes hard to find other Pagan families, it can help to know your Pagan community. I haven't been super active in the community the last few years because of my children. But I'm trying to get back into things now that they're a little older and life is a little more manageable. One… Continue reading Supporting Your Community