Fall is one of my favorite seasons. The trees change into their autumn colors, readying for their long winter slumber. We take this moment to reflect on our lives, looking at what we’ve accomplished and how far we’ve come.
If last Fall someone would have told me, “You will be a blogger,” I would have laughed. Yeah right, a dyslexic blogger.
Well, I feel called to write this blog. And thank you for reading it.
Looking at this season and the blessings I have, I’ll share what I am harvesting now.
First, I appreciate my readers, without whom I’d have no reason for this blog to continue. I wish to serve my community and you’re helping me do it. Thank you.
I also wish to educate those who don’t understand what the craft is about. Some people may not yet identify themselves as pagan, but they’d like more information. I wish to be as open as I can to those who truly wish to learn.
Second, I am thankful for my editors, who guide me to improve my writing. I am now harvesting my editors’ kindness and patience. So thank you.
These are just a few of the things residing in my cornucopia this year. What’s in yours? What things are you harvesting right now?
My book, The Hidden Children of the Goddess, is coming along nicely. The book has been “ping-ponging” between my editors and me.
The book is now in round three of the editing process. Soon my editor will return my manuscript with her notes. Then I’ll continue to refine it. This book writing road has been a lot longer than I had expected. I’m hoping the end product of my labors will be sweet for my readers.
It’s important to me to serve those beginning the path of Wicca. I am hoping that my book educates and inspires those who seek the Path.