This is a choice. We may be called by the gods to serve Them, but worshipping Them together is a choice – and it is an important one. This religion exists because we choose it again and again, day after day. If we intend for what we are doing to last, we need to be conscious of this and keep choosing it, each and every day.
Whoa. So I graduated, and finished my semester teaching, and then I had oral surgery.
Which got infected, and stayed infected.
And spread into my sinuses, and stayed in my sinuses.
I’m still trying to boot this infection even now. It’s not the worst infection, but it’s lingering just enough to make me feel lousy.
But in all of this, I’ve gotten some great news:
(Those following things are the licensure fee and my fingerprints. In 3-4 weeks, I’ll have my license and license number, and I’ll officially be able to call myself a licensed counselor.)
Now I need to find myself a job to use the license.
Pretty much a great way to end the year!
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I’m SO excited, I found a white linen dress at the mall today, and it fits and it’s lovely… and then I noticed they also had it in RED! So now I have one for my Mother’s work, and for ritual work.
The best part? They were both on sale for like 60% off!
I don’t know where to start. That’s my least favorite part of picking blogging back up after a long hiatus — I have no idea what to say.
I’m married now, though, so that’s awesome. Most of my lack of concentration lately has come from the fact that wedding planning is incredibly distracting and all encompassing. I never imagined how much time it would suck up, but I withdrew from nearly everything other than WEDDING.
It’s done now, though, so I can once again think about the gods and stuff. I hope. If I can ever finish all the laundry that piled up during the month of the wedding.