Archive | March 28, 2014

Dear parents, you are being lied to.

I remember polio. I had the

Violent metaphors

In light of recent outbreaks of measles and other vaccine preventable illnesses, and the refusal of anti-vaccination advocates to acknowledge the problem, I thought it was past time for this post.

Dear parents,

You are being lied to. The people who claim to be acting in the best interests of your children are putting their health and even lives at risk.

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When someone wants your attention…

It’s weird how a deity can get your attention sometimes. I wear two necklaces all the time under my clothes that I never take off. One is a Brighid’s cross in silver I got at the Highland games maybe 20 years ago and the other is a Celtic tree of life from a good friend. The only time they have been off is for surgery or a test like an MRI. But when I need something else outside my clothes I usually wear a crystal rabbit that I gave out to all the priestesses of BunniHoTep in my Iseum.

I have a tree that I used to use at Faire to show my jewelry made of a branch of manzanita wood and now it holds all my necklaces. I have a lot even though I seem to wear very few. Since my surgeries I’ve been wearing BunniHoTep inside and a Quan Yin on the outside. Every night I hang my necklaces up so they don’t tangle because nothing is more infuriating that untangling chains when you aren’t awake in the morning. I hung both up last night as usual and they were not tangled with anything.

This morning I got up and went to put them on and my Bast necklace that Laura brought back from Egypt was all twined around BunniHoTep’s chain. I’m not stupid I get when someone wants to communicate or maybe help in the healing so BunniHoTep is against my skin and Bast is on the outside. If she wants my attention she has it. I’m listening but I never saw her as a healer goddess before. Hmmmmm