05 September, 2010

Oh no!

The kiddies come back to school on Tuesday.  I had my Superintendent's Conference day this past Thursday.  I'm still in shock that summer is over, hence my absence on the blog.  Plus, I've been helping my brother move into his new apartment in Hoboken, NJ.  It's a nice place when you get past the six flight walk-up!  I don't think I need to go to the gym anymore.  I just need to take the hour drive to visit my brother and climb his stairs!

Since I'm a little lost for ideas (my brain is only seeing ninth graders and summer reading essays!) I'm asking you my blog readers.  What would you like to see me post about?  More Mabon?  Full moon ritual ideas?  Tell me because my brain isn't ready to work!


Anonymous said...

Hi Willow :)
Maybe you've seen my post over on my blog about a pagan parenting blog?
Although maybe not a parent I still think you'd have an awful lot to offer as you work with children. Do you think you might like to be involved and post ideas for maybe the pagan homeschooling parent to offer educational value to pagan themes?
I think you'd make a fabulous contributor!
Let me know if it's something you might like to be involved in and i'll send you an invitation to the blog.
Nellie x

The Blue Faerie said...

The divergent cultural and socioeconomic effects of color-based knot magick on the senior population of Papua New Guinea during the 19th century.

But other than that, I'd like to hear about your Mabon full moon plans (after all, we do have the Corn Moon the same day). :)

Anonymous said...

That's fabulous news :)! Send me your email at elphie(at)vodafoneemail(dot)co(dot)uk and I will send you an invite to access the blog.
I don't think you need a specific direction for homeschooling activities other than that the children are learning. Homeschooling varies so widely in approach from parent to parent. I just think it would be great if there was a resource that provided ideas for pagan parents to help their children learn - both those that home school and those that don't. I myself don't homeschool but I do still want to give my children learning oppurtunies at home. I'm sure there are hoards of pagan parents out there who are just the same and would like to help their children learn about the world coming from a pagan perspective.
Glad to have you on board and i look forward to your posts!
Nellie x

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