Category Archives: Sabbats/Holidays

Gearing up Early for Mabon in the South: Recipes

Y’all, it’s not only important to remember that Mabon in the Northern Hemisphere occurs in September (although, it helps): it is also good witchiness to remember region when contemplating the feast.  As a harvest holiday, my Tribe’s table celebrates our local … Continue reading

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Protected: Afterglow (with a pipe)

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Dog Day Cookin’

Well, y’all, we’ve about celebrated ourselves right out of our skivvies over here in the last four days.   Somewhere between the circling, drumming and merry-making our first harvest came and went like so much thunder—hell, we even got rain enough … Continue reading

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Yule in Alabama, Homegirl Style

So it’s Yule in the South.  I woke to hammering rain and a to-do list as long as long as my arm.  Strange, considering how hustle and bustle this house usually is, how static and liquid the air felt this … Continue reading

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Shoving a Little Corn Up Thanksgiving’s Bumm

It’s been three years since the light of my life passed at 93 years of awesome, wise age. If you read my blog, you know that Grandma was my other mother, my inspiration, the one who believed in me when … Continue reading

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