10.9.15

Small plans and pretty ones..

Greetings to all the blogland! How are you today, you beautiful people?  l am trying to stay on top of my to do list and rest at the same time!  That turns out somewhat doable... Almost!  I baked today a raisin banana bread and a bunch of mini zucchini frittatas trying to honor both seasons and the turning of the wheel. It's a beautiful September this far as the air gets a little cooler,  and the sky fills with grey spots.
I am reconciling with the fact that Summer is over. Usually this is my favorite time of the year,  but now I wasn't ready to get in my busy mode. So, our home is like a beehive constantly buzzing and we are starting to spiral inwards.Because of our cold the house smells of ginger, cinnamon and cloves. Also,  I am drinking hot coffees, instead of iced ones because of my sore throat although I usually don't make the switch till late October. So, we are really feeling the change right now.
This year I don't have big plans for the Equinox, just the usual spell casting and blessings(the Equinox prayer, perhaps a wreath and a pie) but there is a chance I might get a new tattoo. I have a simple and small triquetra under my left wrist and I want a spiral one on my right one. I hope I will find the time.  On another Mabon a few years back I got my beloved little triquetra,  I would love it if  I managed to do it on an Equinox again.  Blessed be!!!

5 comments:

jaz@octoberfarm said...

an equinox tattoo sounds perfect!

Debra She Who Seeks said...

I hope you get your new tat!

Shadow said...

And as I am looking to the Spring Equinox, energy is flowing on a very different level here *smiles* Temptress that you are though, cinnamon, ginger and cloves have me longing for cooler nights, hee heee heee

Leeanna said...

It's busy around here too. I just got rid of 2 great big bags of clothes. My closet is almost bare but at least I feel good that I got rid of stuff I don't wear anymore. I made 2 wreaths for the front and back doors. I cleansed the whole house with sage. I made 14 batches of cookie dough for Yule and rolled them into logs and threw them into the freezer. I made 2 banana nut bread loaves and froze one for later. I decorated the house and my alter for the equinox. Now I'm tired and my body hurts like hell, but I'm glad it's finished. Now I need to start that pattern for my equinox dress and I can rest.* sigh* A woman's work is never done.

Magaly Guerrero said...

I shall sulk over the end of summer all the way to October. ;-(