"If the sun and moon should ever doubt, they'd immediately go out.." ~William Blake

February 13, 2011


With valentines day tomorrow I find it interesting to think about what it means and how we celebrate it. I have heard countless arguments that it is only a consumers holiday, and a time to sell goods after Christmas! I find this such a sad view, no matter how true, and I believe that it should be thought of as a time just to say I love you without ridicule and a day to have fun with loved ones.  As I am in dorms at university I have a "secret sister", and as such have to get her a valentines gift! Having found many things I could have done I settled on making her some home made headbands and a card and getting her a little primrose plant.  Although this may not sound like a lot it doesn't have to be! It is the thought and love that goes into the gift that matters! <3 As for me on valentines? Well I am going out for a "singles party" with a bunch of friends including bowling and dinner!
This day though makes me want to spend time with those I'm closest to in nature.  I enjoy the acres of land we have back home and the time we spend together there.  It also reminds me of the goddess of love and beauty Branwen as I am getting to know and understand the deities I find a stronger pull to my path and the love and joy it brings me.  Blessed be and love on your valentines day.


Merry meet and welcome to my blog!
I am a nursing student trying to find my place in a world consumed by so many fake items and beliefs that I cannot stand it.  I am currently trying to turn away from this way of life and find a more natural path in this extensive wasting society.  I am also trying to find and figure out my spiritual path in life; as of right now I am leaning towards a more traditionally path of Druidism.  As my back ground is half Irish/Druid I feel a great connection to this path and it also helps that my dad is trying to follow this path as well.  There are many other things that have influenced my decision and as of right now it is not set in stone.  There are many things that draw me to this path and I wish to share some of those reasons with all of you! Thank-you for coming by and blessed be to all who may cross my path.