Monday, September 8, 2014

Share It Sunday

I was supposed to write an entry for Share It Sunday and post it ... on Sunday. I forgot and I feel like crap because I didn't follow up on what I said I'd do. At any rate here it is a day late, but hopefully still acceptable for this week. I'll try to be on time nest week ...*sigh*.


Share It Sundays


What is Share It Sunday?

Share It Sunday is a weekly blog hop where you share your favorite reads each week.

The point of Share It Sunday is to share what other bloggers are posting. It's to build a better blogging community, let your readers know what you like to read, and introduce each other to new bloggers through networking. Most of all, it lets people know what they write is getting read and shared! If you would like to join in the fun, click on the picture above OR the button in my sidebar and check it out. Come back and let's PARTY!!

First up is Magaly Guerrero's Pagan Culture. Magaly always gives us the most wickedly delightful happenings. Coming soon is the Witches in Fiction 2014 ... Crafting Blooming Howls.

"Witches in Fiction is not a blog party about witches or for Witches, but a come-and-have-a-blast event where like-minded people celebrate stories, poetry, crafts, painting, sculptures, brewing, myths… art and life in a world with witches and magic in it".


Yes, I have signed up for this deliciousness and I am looking forward to participating, this will be my second year participating. It's a blast so come on over and join the fun!


Next I give you Mid-Stride Moxie. This week Adelina wrote about how many people believe that the Goddess is specific to one culture and skin tone. I love her take on how the Lady is ever changing and is accepting of anyone regardless of the color of their skin or the demographic of where they live. There is no room for possessiveness in spirituality.


And finally, but in no way the least important is Byron of My Village Witch and her words on Tower Time. At this point she's written two entries on this subject and I feel it is extremely important for as many people as we can reach to read, understand and then act upon her advice.


That's it for this weeks Share It Sunday, I'll try very hard to remember to get next weeks edition posted on Sunday ... LOL!!

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