It’s been a hard year to blog very much, without spiralling into Covid anxiety, Brexit rage or any of dozens … Continue reading So long and thanks for all the…
The idea of bringing trees into the house at Yule and Christmas began in Germany and was adopted in Britain … Continue reading The Story Tree
So, the conversation has inevitably come around to “what happens when we get it”. For the uninitiated, Janet is on … Continue reading We all gonna die…
Day five million and three of the Coronavirus lockdown. You would think it impossible, really, to lose your iPhone when … Continue reading "Can you hear me, mother?"
It’s hard, really, to hate Covid-19. It’s doing what it does. It’s ish-ness is to survive, breed and propagate the … Continue reading Corona Wars
There are seldom many days between good reasons to open a bottle of bubbly in our house, and today is … Continue reading Kidney Day!
I lowered a lovely man into the earth today; an unexpected honour and not a little emotional. Along with a … Continue reading Rites of Passage and Passing
One of the perennially interesting discussions at Druid Camp is ancestry and the ancestors. Druidry largely concerns itself with relationships … Continue reading Ancestry and GDPR
I felt the need to express my gratitude, delight and overwhelming love for all the folk who’ve stepped up to … Continue reading Druid Camp: 5 weeks to go!