Category Archives: Pagan

Happy World Naked Gardening Day!

Okay, so truth be known I have never gardened in the nude. It is really quite dangerous to do. No, really. Just imagine the potential insect bites, thorn or itch weed disasters, and oh yeah … the sharp tools. That … Continue reading

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Sexy, Naughty Halloween

“If human beings had genuine courage, they’d wear their costumes every day of the year, not just on Halloween.” ~ Doug Coupland Halloween is a time of fantasy, full on dress up fun, and unique party and food options. Halloween … Continue reading

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Tulum Mayan Ruins Tour ~ 2011

I have always wanted to visit the Mayan and Aztec ruins in Mexico. So when Suzy got this great cruise deal that included a trip to Key West, Cozumel, and Tulum, we jumped at the chance. Located on 40 foot … Continue reading

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Under a Pagan Moon

From MSNBC’s Week in Pictures. “The moon rises above snow-covered trees near Igis, Canton of Grisons, Switzerland, on Dec. 16.”

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Front Yard – Advice on beauty without watering and fertilizing

“Americans have long treasured a well-tended lawn. But a small, if determined, movement would replace vistas of unrelentingly green front lawns with at least pockets of exotic flower and vegetable gardens that not only are feasts for the eyes but … Continue reading

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A July Morning in Redmond

Molly, our principal saxophonist, took such nice pictures of her Lupines in the back yard of her new house last week that I was inspired to wander around the yard with my camera. And Carole has been sharing her video … Continue reading

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