One Song on Sunday

The rain is easing up around here – finally! Makes viewing the beautiful full moon much easier. Mercury is turning retrograde as well, so here is my single song pick for the day.


1 December Shopping List

I need to order calendars now that December has arrived. The ones that I like seem to get sold faster than most! It is also time to replenish stocks of the bath soaps and other beauty products that I use.

Can’t forget the USB adaptor for my new headset, either! I already have one, but it is usually used as a backup. The newer ones should be more compatible with the latest technology, I think.


1st Friday Fun: Drunk History!

This marks an “official” first Friday so I decided to offer up a bit of historic comedy, Drunk History-style! New episodes of this awesome series begin in January, but the following links provide a little introduction to it for those of you who might be unfamiliar with it. Enjoy!


Tuesday Tunes: Mercury Retrograde Edition, December 2016!

Yep, it’s that time again…Mercury retrograde in Capricorn and Sagittarius, meaning double-trouble for my attempts at communicating with anyone! No wonder some people got all pissy and bent out of shape at me recently, LOL! Oh well, that’s how it goes…fecal matter doth occur! In light of that, here are three songs which articulate this perfectly. It’s also Solstice eve, and I’m working on a nice little post for tomorrow, which is the shortest day of the year. Music and pictures will abound! See you all later…


Thursday Thoughts…1 December 2016

I’m still brain-fried from NaNoWriMo and that lovely seasonal depression is threatening…I just feel very *meh* about everything for no particular reason. So, here’s some music. Enjoy.

Father Winter is here

Happy Holidays

Blessed Solstice, Joyous Yuletide, and Merry Hannukwaanzamas!

I’m thoroughly satiated on Doctor Who, and currently watching my favourite rendition of my favourite holiday tale: the 1951 television version of Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol.” Do watch it sometime, if you’ve a mind to… ’tis a time when people still had acting chops. A gesture and an expression, with some timely music, evoke emotions that mere emoticons and emojis can never convey. This is why I’m a role-playing dinosaur – creative descriptions are where it’s at, and few know how to do so anymore. C’est la vie…it is what it is. ๐Ÿ˜‰

Anyway – I hope that you and yours are enjoying whatever you celebrate, wherever you are! Enjoy a bit of irreverent holiday humour as I get ready to launch some insanity.

The dawning of Solstice

Happy Solstice…Blessed be!

Adventures and Musings of an Arch Druidess


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We dance

Blessed Solstice & Birthday Wishes!

It’s here! It’s here! The Winter Solstice…the shortest day of the year…the cycle of the seasons continues ever on. For those of you who need the exact time, the Solstice officially enters my neck of the woods at 20:48 PST, which is -8 hours of GMT.

Today also marks the birthday of my closest sibling, my younger brother. He’s basically nearly 3 years my junior, since my birthday is in March. He’s the Winter Solstice child, while I’m the Vernal Equinox baby – we’re seasonal! I just wanted to say “Blessed be” to my family, friends, and all other loved ones here, there, and everywhere! Also, Happy birthday, little brother – I’m glad you made it through another year. We’ll find a kidney for you soon, I hope…just remember to do your part and take care of your health so that you’re ready for it.

Back to my own V.I.P. – my ‘Very Important Project!’ So far, so good…testing is going well and my vid-cam is cooperating nicely with my new video software, so I hope to have some awesome stuff to post over the next few days. Stay tuned – I definitely appreciate your patience! In the meantime, enjoy these three songs…and I must mention this! For Doctor Who fans in the U.S.A. who are lucky enough to have BBC America, there is a special television treat beginning early tomorrow morning, so check your listings: a marathon of episodes to satisfy even the most die-hard Whovian! You’re most welcome.

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