Writers Write, Right?

Well, sometimes writers write. Lately, it seems as if the needful aspects of life sometimes get in the way. I have been working on a book about my experiences with Hela and the Norns, was quite enthusiastic about my editing, and my computer, which was uploading iCloud drive, disappeared all my work. So I haveContinue reading “Writers Write, Right?”

Quietude is an Attitude

I picked up an old pamphlet I had from Peace Pilgrim last night. This interesting woman wandered into my life in the words of Carolyn Myss and in a folk song by Pat Lamana, a local NY folksinger. I never met Peace Pilgrim, but I revere her message and the way she chose to honor her calling. I have read this pamphlet before, but I think I am finally ready to begin to honor its message.


No book or course on Norse Mythology 101 would be complete without beginning with Yggdrasil, as the Nordic Tree of Life and Worlds remains at the foundation of the “Soul Map” of the Northern peoples. For one who has truly studied the Northern Mythos, the stages of psychological growth are obvious. In the beginning ofContinue reading “Yggdrasil”


Have you ever dealt with the frustrations of technology? I have a learning curve these days with anything new. The simple fact of aging brings with it a slowing down of short term memory. Where my mind used to be like lightning, now I need to slow down to the pace of the day. Yet when my friend Cathy showed me her Apple iPad with the neatest feature – you can draw right on the screen with Apple’s own special pencil – I knew I had to have one. Cathy uses a program called Procreate especially designed for this platform.