Dear Reader, Nothing stays the same. That is true of my work situation as much as it is true of life in general. I’m really talking about specifics though. I am not going to have the leisure of long break periods with access to the Internet with which to further my writing on these pages. […]
I was back in the dark hole of the sidhe. It was cool, but in the pit of my stomach there was colder ice. I was afraid for my people and afraid for myself. If they were truly gone I, who was familiar with being alone from time to time, was not just alone I was lost.
She was asleep on the ground. Around her were arrayed bags and travois, bales of hide and smaller lumps, like a play fort you might make. At first it seemed she slept there alone. I only had eyes for my friend. I knew her face, but there was something quite different about it, longer and […]
The night was dark save for one star. I breathed and felt much pain. My voice echo in the hollow earth when I cried out. I had fallen into a sidhe and there I lay atop a mound of broken timbers and sod. There was no flying out of this, nor could I climb up […]
I do not believe that diversity is, in and of itself, a valuable goal.
Because I am no sure arbiter of truth I have to say too, I have been reminded that the unpardonable sin was not misbelief alone, but rather ascribing to Satan the works of the Holy Spirit. A more familiar bromide is “Judge not that ye be not judged.” Words to live by without abdicating all responsibility to “Test the spirits so you may discern which are from God.”