Archive for March, 2014
More trouble from Mothman.
The snow is flying this evening–probably for the final time this season. The Vernal Equinox is days away. As the blizzard ends tonight, Crom, Ymir and the Wendigo will withdraw for a time. The wind will change from an iced blade to a bellows-driven furnace.
To honor the passing of winter, I’ve pulled out a few pieces that were done with the northern cultures in mind.
Thanks for stopping by and Crom be with you!
Greetings! ‘Hope you are having a great March. Winter is slowly letting go of the landscape and there is a smell of green on the wind. Tonight, we were outside burning some old papers and wood. An owl was hooting in the trees, and out in the field a fox or coyote started barking as the top edge of the moon crested the eastern horizon. Owl, wild dogs, fire and a full moon. A good start for spring.
For this month’s Offering I found a few more obscure pieces from the past.
Thanks for looking and have a great month!!