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GaiasRose Posted - Mar 24 2009 : 10:40:43 AM
I know there are a few of us here. Shall we gather and have a virtual chapter?

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~Tasha

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Tumbleweed Posted - Nov 12 2017 : 3:01:10 PM
Hope you are feeling much better Debbie. Sometimes we need to check out for a while get rested and recharged.

TW

The fun begins where the pavement ends!
Blessed in Colorado Posted - Nov 12 2017 : 1:51:25 PM
Blessed Be to all. Just wanted to stop in, say hi and to let you know I am still here.
Just been struggling with medical issues since last November, so I have not felt good enough for much. Just getting off a week of bed rest:-( Talk about being bored, hopefully I will feel better soon.
Take care all.

Hugs,
Deb
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AuntJamelle Posted - Oct 11 2017 : 06:17:40 AM
Well, blow me down! I've been on this forum for a while and had completely missed this thread! How awesome! I'll be browsing the older posts for sure!

I'm not pagan, not anything really. I'm pretty gun shy of religion in general due to childhood experiences in a cult that claims to be Christian. I just try to not judge others choices in matters of faith - unless they are harming others - i.e. extremists.

I'm glad to see this group on here!
Brosia Posted - Oct 06 2017 : 9:37:18 PM
Merry meet, Sisters! I can't even express how happy I am that this group exists. I'm new to the forums and the Farmgirl Sisterhood, and just stumbled across you. I'm an eclectic witch of 15 years, and the somewhat reluctant priestess and teacher of a small local coven. My wife and I are slowly turning our little piece of property into our dream homestead, which we've lovingly dubbed "Pagan Acres". I can't wait to get to know everyone here.
NAGarcia Posted - Jul 18 2017 : 11:01:12 PM
I haven't seen that one. I'll have to look for it.


Natalie

Farmgirl Sister #7004 May 2016
^*^ We are the weirdos, mister. ^*^
NikisMom Posted - Jul 17 2017 : 07:30:58 AM
Has anyone heard of Witchy Way Magazine? I discovered it a few months ago, and am impressed with it. They have some great video sessions too. I still have my paper copies of Witche's & Pagans and Sage Women. But this is a nice addition

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If you truly love nature, you find beauty everywhere-Van Gogh
NikisMom Posted - Jul 17 2017 : 07:28:40 AM
So Lammas, is coming.....

Farm Girl of the Month July 2017
If you truly love nature, you find beauty everywhere-Van Gogh
cyndieparz72 Posted - Jun 29 2017 : 6:26:51 PM


Farmgirl #7407
I have studied many philosophers and many cats. The wisdom of cats is infinitely superior. Hippolyte Taine
NikisMom Posted - Jun 29 2017 : 1:01:31 PM
Merry meet Cyndie
NAGarcia Posted - Jun 28 2017 : 10:30:34 PM
Sure, jump on in here. This section tends to be a little quiet, for whatever reason. Aren't that many of us. :-) But you're welcome and then some.

Natalie

Farmgirl Sister #7004 May 2016
^*^ We are the weirdos, mister. ^*^
cyndieparz72 Posted - Jun 28 2017 : 9:05:26 PM
Blessed be Sisters! I am a new member to the FG Sisterhood (about a month now) and I have been a Solitary member of the Fellowship of Isis since 2001. I worship the Egyptian Pantheon of deities. I would love to ask if I could be invited to join the this virtual chapter to be with like-minded Sisters and Pagans. I was so joyous to find this topic.

MMA

Farmgirl #7407
I have studied many philosophers and many cats. The wisdom of cats is infinitely superior. Hippolyte Taine
Tumbleweed Posted - Apr 13 2017 : 8:21:23 PM
You know you would think I would have been scared but survival kicked in and I had a one minded goal to get back to my car. Ranger was a Doberman Shepherd and Cody was a 130lb Lab, Golden Ret. Newfoundland and all black. When you are faced with a situation like that primitive instincts take over and you do what you have to do. Two of The helpers were shirtless hotties out looking for a rock climbing place. One was on each side and hauled me out. Ranger and Cody following close behind.


TW

The fun begins where the pavement ends!
NikisMom Posted - Apr 13 2017 : 5:28:43 PM
Nancy that is scary, so glad some help came along. That is why I am hesitant about hiking alone. Okay ladies, I believe dancing from the seated position is in order. #128513;
NAGarcia Posted - Apr 13 2017 : 5:16:22 PM
Not a lot of dancing here, due to bad knees. Wish I could. As for out - I thankfully haven't had any issues, as I'm out and fairly open about it all. The no issues could be many reasons, even here in UT, up to and including my gothy look. I think I intimidate people, which is weird to me, but whatevs. 75 here today and windy - happy spring!

Natalie

Farmgirl Sister #7004 May 2016
^*^ We are the weirdos, mister. ^*^
Randi in N Idaho Posted - Apr 13 2017 : 07:15:58 AM
Oh my goodness, Nancy - how scary! Good thing your furry companions were with you. I have weak ankles and have twisted them on more hiking trails then I would like to admit, but fortunately have never done it without another person with me. I am not very easy to offend, so it has become a bit of a joke in our family when we come to very uneven places in trails or lots of loose rock - "Randi/mom, the trail is a bit hazardous, please don't twist an ankle. We don't want to have to carry you back to the Jeep". =)

~Randi

"The authentic self is the soul made visible" - Sarah Ban Breathnach
Tumbleweed Posted - Apr 12 2017 : 7:13:02 PM
A little explanation: my clumsiness has caused me several trips to the ER. I love having fun but have issues with safety rules and looking where I am going. Last big trip I was hiking alone with my dogs and fell down a small cliff and broke my tibia below my knee. Had to crawl out of the woods on my hands and knees flanked by my two bestest friends. Some other hikers came along and offered help. That night I came home from the ER with a 40 ton hot pink cast from my foot all the way up my leg.

Just hand me a tamborine or rhythm bones and me and my health insurance provider will be happy.



TW

The fun begins where the pavement ends!
Tumbleweed Posted - Apr 12 2017 : 3:58:23 PM
Isn't it grand! My Granny had an herb garden like that. She never admitted to me during her life but I believe she followed a different path. She had a remedy for everything.

TW

The fun begins where the pavement ends!
NikisMom Posted - Apr 12 2017 : 2:17:44 PM
I also love that house! What a herbal room!
Tumbleweed Posted - Apr 12 2017 : 1:12:20 PM
Julie That is one of my favorite movies. Midnight margaritas and all. Love the Aunts. I am the Diane West auntie and my BFF is the Stockard Channing Auntie.

TW

The fun begins where the pavement ends!
NikisMom Posted - Apr 12 2017 : 1:02:06 PM
Thanks for the support Nancy and Randi. Oh and Nancy, dancing under the full moon is an incrediby open, dancing technique is not judged. And to quote a much loved movie, "clothing is purely optional, as you well remember #128512;"-Practical magic

One of the many reasons I want to move to rural Maine, from Massachusetts is to have more space and no nosey neighbors. Outdoor ritual and dancing!
Randi in N Idaho Posted - Apr 12 2017 : 06:03:04 AM
Well, it was cloudy last night, so I am glad I enjoyed the moon the night before.

In regard to your question, Julie: First of all, great way to get us all engaged and talking. =) Second of all, shame on that person for snooping (and telling)! I am sorry you have to deal with an unsupportive neighborhood, but am glad you have found a "safe place" in this forum. (((HUGS))) As for my answer, I don't think anyone outside our close friends and family has a clue. we live in a pretty remote area where everyone keeps to themselves and only two people can see our property from theirs. We wave when we see each other, but I don't really think they have any idea of anything that goes on here (which is nothing dramatic or noteworthy). As for our community, where our children go to school and we work, I am fairly certain no one there is the wiser either. We were quirky before I fully committed to this path, and I suppose some may suspect, but it has never been discussed. However, if someone were in my house, particularly browsing my bookshelf, I think it would be obvious.

All that being said, my husband is currently looking for jobs in larger cities, which means potentially less seclusion when we move. I try not to think about it and stay positive, but I have to say thoughts similar to the situation you mentioned have certainly caused some anxiety.

~Randi

"The authentic self is the soul made visible" - Sarah Ban Breathnach
Tumbleweed Posted - Apr 11 2017 : 8:32:55 PM
Julie... That is so sad to hear. I am a Christian but I love my Wicca friends just the same and do not judge them and they do not judge me. I preach only love and acceptance. Not completely sure why the stigma with your path. I would have tea with you and play backgammon and wear big hats. BUT I don't think I should dance with you or Natalie under a pink moon or any other moon
(Hushed voice... I am kinda clumsy, hence Tumbleweed)

Bright Blessings

TW

The fun begins where the pavement ends!
NikisMom Posted - Apr 11 2017 : 3:38:17 PM
I too would like to get this group engaged more.I agree Randi, I too work on a computer all day and am not always wanting to get back on in the evening.

So I question for all:Do you have issues with neighbors regarding your path? I live in suburbs and have actually had parents tell their children not to talk to me. I am not overly wiccan, mostly garden and am outdoors. A neighbor who was pet sitting for me, was nosy (I have a spiritual room) and told neighbors. Witch, Witch......
NikisMom Posted - Apr 11 2017 : 3:31:11 PM
A pink moon! A very warm night here for ritual.
Sheep Mom 2 Posted - Apr 11 2017 : 2:42:31 PM
Happy ostra to all. Clouds cleared off enough to see the moon last night but it looks like they are beginning to move in again so probably not much of a view tonight. I am so ready for some warmer weather. It has been a long winter in Eastern WA this year.

Blessings, Sheri

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