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The Witchy Blog Award

November 6, 2012

I’ve been gifted with this award twice! By Neferet at Stay for a Spell and by Lady Imbrium on her Holocron blog.  Thanks ladies.  It tickles me to learn that people appreciate my mental meanderings!

The Witchy Blog Award

Thus the purpose of this award is to bring positive recognition to those bloggers who share their experiences on the less-traveled path, whether in the form of a journal or by standing up for themselves and others. 

The Rules:

  • Post the award logo within your blog post
  • Thank the blogger who passed the award to you
  • Answer the seven questions below
  • Nominate five Wiccan/Pagan bloggers (If you don’t know five other Wiccan bloggers, nominate as many as you can)
  • Notify your nominees of their pending award
  • Give a short description of the blog/blogger and why you nominated them
  • Stop by Ayslyn’s Corner and Book of Shadows to add your name to the list of bloggers awarded
  • You may customize the questions as long as they are still Wiccan- and Pagan-related

Seven Questions:

  • How did you “discover” Wicca/witchcraft?  Via the “ask a witch’ chat room on AOL.
  • Do you grow herbs? Hubby grows them for me.  I have my mother’s short attention span and brown thumb.
  • Are you “in the broom closet”? If not, share your coming out experience.  Nope, I’ve always been fairly honest and straight forward with my religious beliefs.  I did keep it close for awhile and when my Roman Catholic mother found out she was just relieved that I was not an atheist.
  • What tradition do you follow?  Hellenic hearth, studying on the ADF dedicant path.
  • Do you consider yourself a witch, Wiccan or Pagan (or maybe something else?)  Hellenic Pagan or Polytheist
  • How much of witchcraft/Wicca are you able to incorporate into your everyday life?  I do daily devotions, prayers and at-least-once-a-week-ritual so quite a bit?
  • Do you have a familiar? If you do, tell us how you meet him/her and how s/he takes part in your practice (if at all) No.


  1. Beloved in Light because while I’m not a devotee of Apollo, I know she puts a lot of time and effort into her devotions.
  2. The Den because what she is doing is so different from anything I’ve seen or experienced.  I think it is important to acknowledge those that are on the “margins” of typical practice.
  3. Aspis of Ares because not enough people honor, more less acknowledge Ares.
  4. The Divine Twins because his spiritual explorations are interesting and encourage my own pursuits.
  5. Modern American Pagan because this post is what helped me decide to follow my internal compass and join ADF.
4 Comments leave one →
  1. Janet Rörschåch permalink
    November 10, 2012 3:42 PM




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