Category Archives: Blog

Various day-to-day thoughts.

Lessons from Big Horn Sheep: Hiking

Lessons from Big Horn Sheep is a series of articles on working with animal totems in everyday life.  — One foot in front of the other.  This is the lesson that Big Horn Sheep has tried to teach me, more … Continue reading

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Happy Yule from Weaving Wyrd!

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Turkey and Thailand

Thoughts and prayers for the people in Turkey (who recently suffered a 7.2 earthquake in one of the poorer sections), and Thailand (who have been experiencing continual severe flooding). I’m seeing if I can put aid information together for them … Continue reading

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Steve Jobs (1955—2011)

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Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day is a very difficult holiday for me. On one hand, I am a mother. I have a 19 year old son that I absolutely adore. He is smart and funny and talented and off to college to study … Continue reading

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Charity Criteria

Since in the past few months we’ve had a few different instances where we’ve posted charities on Weaving Wyrd with the tornados in the south and Japanese earthquake and tsunami, I figured I would take a moment to talk about … Continue reading

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Therioshamanism Links

Recently Lupa on Therioshamanism began posting again and in the past few weeks has produced a set of really high quality and thoughtful articles on white, middle-class, American Shamanism, cultural appropriation, and people’s conception of the Natural and the Artificial. … Continue reading

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In Memory: Frank Buckles

The last American World War I veteran died yesterday, he was one of the three remaining survivors of World War I anywhere in the world. In order to enlist he lied about his age–saying he was 21 when he was … Continue reading

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Book Study

One of the things that I find to be extremely valuable in my practice is the study of books. Not just reading them, but contemplating them, doing the exercises, and trying to understand them and the viewpoints being offered. Unfortunately, … Continue reading

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Yule

In the north, there is no sun today, but the tiniest sliver of light at the horizon at noon. For our ancestors, that made light and fire all the more precious. Tonight we rekindle the light In anticipation of the … Continue reading

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