Why is this a blogue?

  • Why is this a blogue, not a blog? It’s just an old-fashioned touch that harkens back to less-hurried (and harried) times, when a letter took a while to get delivered, and a reply took a while longer. When books were savored for their precious rarity. When news came in slowly for the most part and could be thoughtfully considered. A rapid-fire flow of constant info-junk tends to make me twitchy. When you visit my blogue, I invite you to take a nice deep breath, absorb things a little at a time, wander in a serendipitous fashion, and generally remember that even in the ultra-speedy world of the Internet, you control the pace of your life.

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August 06, 2007



I am an only child and have always regretted not having a sister to share things with. In the past few years, I met and have grown close to a woman I call my sister friend. We are not blood relatives, but we feel like that. I can't imagine not being able to share everything with her and I know she feels the same way. We get frustrated with each other like any sisters, but we are also there for each other no matter what. It's such a special gift - celebrating our sisters! So Dana, my sister friend - I love you! Thanks for being my support and letting me be your support!


Such a lovely description of the sister priestesses from the Silver Grove. I recognize us all!

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  • Moon

    When the planet turns its face toward the dark, our nocturnal nature draws us out into the realm of Moon. This is a dominion of dreams that we explore with our senses fully awake. The subconscious spills into consciousness, allowing us to see what is not revealed by sight alone. Strange sounds come to our ears, intoxicating perfumes reach our noses, things appear that only emerge in darkness. We creep softly, following our moonshadows over the colorless world.
    This card is Moon, from my Mystical Cats Tarot, illustrated by Mickie Mueller. Click the image for a larger version.