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GirlwithHook
True Blue Farmgirl

922 Posts

Alyce
Madison WI
USA
922 Posts

Posted - Feb 11 2012 :  3:23:32 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Heh, they'd have fun in my childhood home. Audible sighs at 2 in the morning (roughly the time of the tragedy), "something" sitting hard enough on beds to roll a 300-lb person out of one (my cousin has never forgotten that morning!), and the alarm clocks going crazy after my mom died.



A hook, a book, and a good cup of coffee....
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Motholelis Mom
Farmgirl in Training

37 Posts

Deborah
Louisville CO
USA
37 Posts

Posted - Feb 13 2012 :  10:57:21 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I don't really have anything to add to the thread but to say that I enjoy being part of it. Blessed be to all you lovely ladies, and gentlemen if there are any!
Deborah

Happiness is not a station you arrive at, but a manner of traveling.
-- Margaret B. Runbeck
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Tn.Earthmama
True Blue Farmgirl

451 Posts

Phyllis
Englewood Tennessee
451 Posts

Posted - Feb 16 2012 :  3:09:18 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi Deborah, glad you are here. you add to the thread just by showing up!! blessings phyllis
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Annie S
True Blue Farmgirl

756 Posts

Annie
Custer S.D.
USA
756 Posts

Posted - Feb 17 2012 :  10:53:51 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Welcome Deborah, stop in a visit whenever you can. Glad you're here to share and learn. Lots of wonderful women. Blessings to you.
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Kim
True Blue Farmgirl

146 Posts

Kim
Pflugerville Texas
USA
146 Posts

Posted - Feb 17 2012 :  5:51:30 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Yay! Welcome Deborah!!

Forever farmgirl
Farmgirl Sister #1363

http://midwestmusings-kim.blogspot.com/
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MelodicRevival
Farmgirl in Training

21 Posts

Krystle
Pittsburgh PA
USA
21 Posts

Posted - Mar 01 2012 :  5:15:03 PM  Show Profile  Send MelodicRevival an AOL message  Reply with Quote
Greetings everyone :) It is wonderful to see others who practice on these boards! My mom, Kim, let me know you all were here.

My name is Krystle(Or Ari/Aria), I'm 26 and have been a practicing pagan for roughly 15yrs, 11yrs with an official "title" attached to my faith. I was fortunate enough to attend a school that had a wide variety of literature available covering many different faiths and beliefs. Even though I came from a predominately Baptist(or Agnostic) household, I had access to a wide array. It allowed me to form my own opinions, for which I am very thankful.

What sort of areas do you lovely ladies focus on? Are you a kitchen witch, tarot reader? Do elemental energy workings? Are there any particular dieties you feel closest to?

I look forward to getting to know you all :)

Also, I love the idea or organizing swaps for the various Solstices and other such things. I'm predominately a solitary, but I enjoy having others to share experiences with.

~*~Believing in love, fluff and cuddling stuff~*~

Shop: http://manifesteddreams.etsy.com

Farmgirl Sister #3888

Edited by - MelodicRevival on Mar 01 2012 5:16:20 PM
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Motholelis Mom
Farmgirl in Training

37 Posts

Deborah
Louisville CO
USA
37 Posts

Posted - Mar 01 2012 :  6:00:59 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Welcome Krystal! So happy that you have joined us. I loved looking at your etsy shop. I am an acupuncturist/herbalist and hope to be a garden witch this year. Starting to get serious about ordering those seeds soon! It feels like a very long winter here in Colorado.
I took a quiz that told me I am a Pantheist, though I don't go around substituting the word Universe for God. I am drawn to the feminine face of the divine. And I knit, knit knit! So that's me!

Blessings, all around,
Deborah

Happiness is not a station you arrive at, but a manner of traveling.
-- Margaret B. Runbeck
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MelodicRevival
Farmgirl in Training

21 Posts

Krystle
Pittsburgh PA
USA
21 Posts

Posted - Mar 01 2012 :  6:19:13 PM  Show Profile  Send MelodicRevival an AOL message  Reply with Quote
Motholelis(which, I love your name, btw) :

Thanks! For looking at my shop as well :) That is my main business one. I am hoping to open another shop in the near future to focus on making dream pillows, spell candles and other such things.

I've always been fascinated by acupuncture, but a bit afraid of it. The idea of tons of needles makes my skin crawl just a bit(fear of needles here).

I love in a small apartment, so gardening is difficult. I *hope* to attempt a small, hanging herb basket in my art room though. I hope you have luck with yours as well! There is something wonderfully satisfying about working with plants.

Huzzah for knitting! I'm still attempting my first scarf, two years in, doh!

~*~Believing in love, fluff and cuddling stuff~*~

Shop: http://manifesteddreams.etsy.com

Farmgirl Sister #3888
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GirlwithHook
True Blue Farmgirl

922 Posts

Alyce
Madison WI
USA
922 Posts

Posted - Mar 02 2012 :  12:30:08 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Welcome!

I've been a practicing Heathen/Asatru for...gosh, eight years? (Where did the time go?) I belong to Odhinn, who smacked me upside the head one day and said, "Enough of this, you're mine." He's the father I never had.

I read runes and do white magic (I was once asked to curse someone but refused--so I turned it around into a protective/justice spell for the person who asked. What a headache.).

I crochet and spin, do some sewing and needlework--but I find I'm most spiritually connected when I'm working with yarn. (Ask me sometime how yarn affected my spiritual development.)

My Mister is a casual Lutheran, which gets awkward sometimes!


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ceejay48
Farmgirl Legend/Schoolmarm/Sharpshooter

13368 Posts

CeeJay (CJ)
Dolores Colorado
USA
13368 Posts

Posted - Mar 02 2012 :  2:50:19 PM  Show Profile  Send ceejay48 a Yahoo! Message  Reply with Quote
"Let us not become weary in doing good,
for at the proper time we will reap a
harvest if we do not give up."
Galatians 6:9

..from the barefoot farmgirl in SW Colorado...sister chick #665.
2010 Farmgirl Sister of the Year
Mother Hen: FARMGIRLS SOUTHWEST HENHOUSE

living life - www.snippetscja.blogspot.com

from my hands - www.cjscreations-ceejay.blogspot.com

the "Purple Thistle" http://www.ceejay48.etsy.com

from my heart - www.fromacelticheart.blogspot.com

from my hubby - www.aspenforge.blogspot.com
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Kim
True Blue Farmgirl

146 Posts

Kim
Pflugerville Texas
USA
146 Posts

Posted - Mar 02 2012 :  4:21:30 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Alyce & Deborah- Have you read any of Barbara Brettons books? They are FUN reads. I just finished Casting Spells. It's about a 1/2 human 1/2 Sorceress that owns a yarn shop in a town that bears an eerie resemblance to Salem. Full of witches, vampires, werewolves, shape shifters (who own & run the theatre). She has 3 in the series. As a yarn lover you will appreciate.

Forever farmgirl
Farmgirl Sister #1363

http://midwestmusings-kim.blogspot.com/
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Kim
True Blue Farmgirl

146 Posts

Kim
Pflugerville Texas
USA
146 Posts

Posted - Mar 02 2012 :  4:22:18 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
And I am Krystle's Momma, btw!


Forever farmgirl
Farmgirl Sister #1363

http://midwestmusings-kim.blogspot.com/
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Tn.Earthmama
True Blue Farmgirl

451 Posts

Phyllis
Englewood Tennessee
451 Posts

Posted - Mar 03 2012 :  06:26:54 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi Krystle, welcome!!!!!! so glad you found us!!!! I'm more of the kitchen, hedge witch variety. more like an Appalachian Granny woman person. so I guess I really don't have a title. LOL.
Hi Kim, my daughter Deidre and I LOVE the Barbara Bretton books!!!! ready for the next one! I know you are really proud of Krystle, thanks for introducing her to us.
Have you read the Madelyn Alt books? I like those also. wishing you all a good weekend. blessings Phyllis
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Kim
True Blue Farmgirl

146 Posts

Kim
Pflugerville Texas
USA
146 Posts

Posted - Mar 03 2012 :  07:06:45 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Phyllis-Hi! Yes, I adore Madelyn Alt! I also have Juliet Blackwell and Heather Blake (she just wrote 1) waiting for me. Madelyn Alt holds a special place in my heart since she is originally from the same general area of Indiana that I am from. Laura Stamps has some nice ones as well, but she has moved on to more Paranormal Erotica.

Forever farmgirl
Farmgirl Sister #1363

http://midwestmusings-kim.blogspot.com/
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Kim
True Blue Farmgirl

146 Posts

Kim
Pflugerville Texas
USA
146 Posts

Posted - Mar 03 2012 :  07:08:47 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
And I really like the idea of Solstice Swaps Krystle. <3 Oh and does anyone read Kit Berry? The Stonewylde Series?

Forever farmgirl
Farmgirl Sister #1363

http://midwestmusings-kim.blogspot.com/
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GirlwithHook
True Blue Farmgirl

922 Posts

Alyce
Madison WI
USA
922 Posts

Posted - Mar 03 2012 :  12:50:26 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Kim, I just added that to my reading list...considering one of my writing projects is a fantasy centering around a yarn shop!



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Kim
True Blue Farmgirl

146 Posts

Kim
Pflugerville Texas
USA
146 Posts

Posted - Mar 03 2012 :  5:02:42 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
You will really like it. It's just so enjoyable with all the fae, werewolves, witches. I really think you'll enjoy it. And it's from the aspect of "normal small town life" for them.

Forever farmgirl
Farmgirl Sister #1363

http://midwestmusings-kim.blogspot.com/
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GirlwithHook
True Blue Farmgirl

922 Posts

Alyce
Madison WI
USA
922 Posts

Posted - Mar 04 2012 :  12:23:18 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
...Grr, it sounds like she already wrote what I had in my head! I should read it anyway to see how similar it is.



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Kim
True Blue Farmgirl

146 Posts

Kim
Pflugerville Texas
USA
146 Posts

Posted - Mar 04 2012 :  1:48:07 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
You should and I think you should continue writing yours. Actually, I think you should write yours first. it may be similar, but it will be different I am sure. :)

Forever farmgirl
Farmgirl Sister #1363

http://midwestmusings-kim.blogspot.com/
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Annie S
True Blue Farmgirl

756 Posts

Annie
Custer S.D.
USA
756 Posts

Posted - Mar 04 2012 :  3:28:14 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Krystal, a big warm welcome to the thread. Thank you all for the book selections. Going to see if I can find them locally - if not, Amazon here I come again. Sound like good reads.
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Kim
True Blue Farmgirl

146 Posts

Kim
Pflugerville Texas
USA
146 Posts

Posted - Mar 04 2012 :  7:27:54 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Alyce, have you started on your book yet?


Forever farmgirl
Farmgirl Sister #1363

http://midwestmusings-kim.blogspot.com/
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GirlwithHook
True Blue Farmgirl

922 Posts

Alyce
Madison WI
USA
922 Posts

Posted - Mar 06 2012 :  07:28:49 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Years ago, Kim; I just have to re-find all my notes (computer crash + moving twice). Sometimes I think I make notes to keep from actually writing. :(

Right now I'm in the middle of a totally different story, and I honestly don't know yet if it's in the same universe or not.



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Tn.Earthmama
True Blue Farmgirl

451 Posts

Phyllis
Englewood Tennessee
451 Posts

Posted - Mar 07 2012 :  3:15:03 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Alyce, looking forward to reading your book, go for it girl. blessings Phyllis
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GirlwithHook
True Blue Farmgirl

922 Posts

Alyce
Madison WI
USA
922 Posts

Posted - Mar 08 2012 :  07:15:08 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Thanks for the encouragement! :)



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Kim
True Blue Farmgirl

146 Posts

Kim
Pflugerville Texas
USA
146 Posts

Posted - Mar 08 2012 :  6:33:08 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I so agree! I am excited to read your book Alyce!

Forever farmgirl
Farmgirl Sister #1363

http://midwestmusings-kim.blogspot.com/
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