Oh, how I love Mother Nature!!! And oh, how I dislike her pollen. It is everywhere, it is a sneeze a minute!! Love the flowering trees, aren't they a beautiful testament to Spring? But pollen producers, every one! (excuse me while I blow my nose and clear my throat)
Update on The Legend of Eli Monpress by Rachel Aaron. I talked about this book in a post last week. It is a three-volume compilation book, and I have finished the first volume and am well into the second volume. Please obtain this book and read it. It has been a real pleasure reading this nicely-written fantasy. Although I will say that the first book started a bit slowly, gathering together plot lines, characters and narrative. But just read on, and the pace increases, and soon it becomes so engaging, lively, exciting. This is a world where Spirit exists in all things, both animate and inanimate, which is a belief that Wiccans hold dearly. Having conversations with the spirits of water, stones, trees, dirt, fire and interacting with these spirits is a delight. I am loving this book.
On the list of things to do this week: (1) Preparing for a Giveaway here at Wiccan Writes. Stay tuned! (2) Also, the ever-ongoing spring cleaning (do I do windows? we will see.). (3) Taking a ride out to Fey Dragon, my favorite metaphysical shop in Oswego NY. My friend Mary has laid in a bunch of new items, and is hosting Raven Grimassi and his wife this month for a couple of seminars. Raven Grimassi is a notable Wiccan author and I am excited at the prospect of meeting him. Fey Dragon is where we go for our monthly Drum Circle.
The rest of April is shaping up to be busy: Earth Day, Arbor Day, Beltane. (Let's not speak of Tax Day). My mind is racing with ideas, which is a good thing! I am finally waking up with the Spring. Tough winter and many changes in the daily life....new attitude and lots to do!!!
Hugs and blessings from Robin.