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8/5/11 7:17 A

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I was sick so I didn't do much other than light some candles and incense. Then I puttered around the garden.

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7/26/11 10:14 P

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Circle Round happens to be in my 'library'!! you are so right it is a very very good book for families!

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7/26/11 12:38 P

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Living in Tulsa, I'm graced with the support of the local pagan community in the form of the Oklahoma Pagan-Heathen Alliance. It's a wonderful group, and I'm proud to be a volunteer with them. This year they're hosting a Lughnasadh Luau (they throw quite the party) in honor of the sabbat. Personally, I'll likely be doing some cooking to foist off on friends, and I'll likely keep my personal ritual simple. I'm liking them simple. :)

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7/23/11 3:47 P

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This will be my first sabbat as a practicing wiccan :) I am sooo excited. I want to bake some bread, have a picnic and spend the day outdoors :)

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7/17/11 4:56 A

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Hey, have you read Circle Round? It's an awesome book designed for pagan families who have children getting involved, and it has chapters for each of the sabbats and loads of other stuff, including bedtime stories about the holiday from differant cultures, recipes the kids can help with, crafts and games they can do, simple songs, etc. As well as a lot of information for those organizing events with children in mind....

Sorry, I probably sound like I'm trying to pitch it there, but I think it's worth it's weight, I really do; was just wondering if you'd read it too :-D

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7/16/11 9:39 A

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I am new to the North Carolina area (3 months ago!) and just got 3 of my four kids here too (YAY!); we are planning for our Lughnasadh celebration as well! There are fourteen of us now - with the 8 grandchildren; we had our first (here) full moon ritual and soooo looking forward to many more - new, void, sabbats...
We do try to incorporate child appropriate information and activities into each ritual we do; the grandkids range in age 4 -12 and they can lose interest REAL fast!
I definitely enjoy these next few sabbats because it leads up to the most exciting season - Samhain - Yule!
Blessed Be!!

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7/12/11 2:03 P

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Maybe I'm nuts, but I'm organizing mine now rather than leaving it to closer to the time (as I usually do).

As our first in our new, super-friendly neighbourhood, we're really looking forward to it. I'm thinking of making a wreath of some kind for hour door proclaiming everyone is welcomed into our home, for it is the holiday of Lughnasadh, and inviting some of the neighbours over for a meal.

Also, perfect opportunity for physical games and sports, and to get outside and be active!

How about the rest of you?

Just because you have been through the rain of life doesn't mean I have to walk around in wet clothes forever; there is a warm towel, a big hug, and a mug of low fat cocoa waiting for you somewhere!


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