For those not in the know, I don’t celebrate the Irish Holidays despite being an Irish Polytheist… Or, at least, I don’t quite celebrate them like everyone else. So while the rest of the community was celebrating Bealltainn last month, I was patiently waiting for June 1st to roll around… And here it is, finally! What a better way to celebrate that than a post dedicated to it?
The kitchen has always been an important part of life, and family; family gathered in the kitchen, good things came from the kitchen. I grew up in the kitchen- and started in it at a young age.
Pardon the language but: Since last we talked, everything’s changed; absolutely nothing’s the same, and everything’s ass up… So what the fuck happened to me? Well, wouldn’t y’all like to know…
I’ve come to a crossroads where, emotionally, I’m not sure why I do anything anymore. Blogging has, unfortunately, gotten caught in that existential crossfire. So for the time being I’m stepping back from blogging- and from most Social Media in general. Continue reading
Converting my old Shrine Room into the Tea Room last year was, without a doubt, the best decision I’ve ever made where it concerns our house; it’s like my own little liminal space- warm and cozy, and serene in a way that makes time pass slowly.
Before visiting Robber’s Cave State Park in 2015, I didn’t know how diverse Oklahoma’s landscape was. Now I’m obsessed with the amazing State and Federal Park system here.. But what about the Botanical Gardens? How, until now, have I never thought about them unless I happened to stumble across one?
For those not in the know, I don’t celebrate the Irish Holidays despite being an Irish Polytheist… Or, at least, I don’t quite celebrate them like everyone else. So while the rest of the community was celebrating Lùnastal last month, I was patiently waiting for September 1st to roll around… And here it is, finally! What a better way to celebrate that than a post dedicated to it?
Today I had my 6 month check-in with the doctor- and walked away with something amazing; something I’ve fought, waited, and fought some more for, for over 10 years.
Macaroni and Cheese is such a classic dish, and it’s been such a lifeline for me these last few months. Making it at home is terrifyingly simple, while remaining easy to bugger up despite its simplicity.