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Diana

Effin Weird-Ass Dreams

March 25, 2010

Well, since I really haven’t gotten shite done tonight, I may as well blog again about something a bit more interesting: Have you been having strange dreams of late, dear reader?  Or maybe just a bit of trouble sleeping? I have.  And I’ve spoken to a handful of people in the past few days who’ve […]

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Diana, Where Are You?

November 10, 2009

Ok, kiddies: I don’t really know how much I have for you tonight.  I had some really effin weird dreams again last night (which is to say Monday night), but I’m not sure I remember them all that well.  I took Bob Marley out of this evening’s rotation, so I’m about as un-not-focused as I […]

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Drum Circle Report

October 4, 2009

It’s now 3AM and the drum circle is still going on.  There’s no actual drumming happening right now: it’s more of a party-cum-hangout session. Ok.  Now it’s 3:42 and everybody’s gone.  I just vacuumed, swept, mopped, did the dishes, rolled up the extra rug, and took out the garbage – mostly because I don’t want […]

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Drum Circle on Saturday

October 2, 2009

Check it: No H8rs allowed. I’m sure I haven’t mentioned this before, but I really need to go through my friends on facebook and get them all on their proper lists.  I just sat down to make sure everyone who lives nearby (and who actually qualifies as my friend in real life) gets the invite […]

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Hail, Diana

September 3, 2009

Yay moon cycle.  My moods have been swinging all day long.  Granted, they swing about as much as the pope does, but they’ve been up and down for me lately. I blame the moon.  It’s almost full and my insides can usually feel it right around the full and new moons. On the upside, I […]

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A Prayer to Diana

June 7, 2009

Diana.  Huntress.  I pray to you. Under this full moon.  Your moon. Grant me strength.  Grant me speed and stamina in the pursuit of my quarry. Grant me clarity of purpose. Grant me a steady hand and a sharp eye. Thank you.  Goddess.

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