October 11, 2008

A Burning Beginning

October's poplars are flaming torches lighting the way to winter.” ~Nova Bair

This time of year is by far my favorite. I come alive mid-autumn and revel in all that surrounds me. I marvel when my trees become artists and paint themselves in reds and oranges. I'm giddy when the nights become crisp. Yes, I definitely love this time of year.

One of the things that I tend to do in October is start several projects. I have a couple ideas on why my life becomes a craft den. The first is that I'm squirreling away things to do so that I get through the winter. The other is because while feeling all of the changes taking place I want to make some of my own. Yes, this is one of my projects. However, it is something that I have been pondering on for quite awhile. It's not something I've done on a whim to abandon before it bores me.

As some of you know, I'm a writer for There I write about current events, politics, civil rights, and things that outrage me. I do so in a cynical, sarcastic, and sometimes bitchy manner. While I have no plans of quitting the site, I need more. I need a place to be balanced. I need the outlet for my happy, sad, fear, and (yes still) anger. Moreover, I want my little Pagan place. It's my life and I want to write about it. I want to share interesting information with my brothers and sisters. I want you to be entertained and made to think. Apparently, I want and need a lot.

So, I'm getting started. I hope it's a fantastic ride.

Until next time, Bright Blessings.