Mar. 13th, 2019

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Everyone needs contact comfort sometimes. Not everyone has ample opportunities for this in facetime. So here is a chance for a cuddle party in cyberspace. Virtual cuddling can help people feel better.

We have a
cuddle room that comes with fort cushions, fort frames, sheets for draping, and a weighted blanket. A nest full of colorful egg pillows sits in one corner. There is a basket of grooming brushes, hairbrushes, and styling combs. A bin holds textured pillows. There is a big basket of craft supplies along with art markers, coloring pages, and blank paper. The kitchen has a popcorn machine. Labels are available to mark dietary needs, recipe ingredients, and level of spiciness. Here is the bathroom, open to everyone. There is a lawn tent and an outdoor hot tub. Bathers should post a sign for nude or clothed activity. Come snuggle up!

Hoppy Easter!  Decorate some eggs.  Or enjoy some colorful natural eggs (raw or hard-boiled).  Check out these recipes for eggs, chicken, ducklamb, and spring vegetables.
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Pagan author Raven Grimassi has passed to the Summerland. Memorial details are included in the link. In lieu of flowers, a donation in Raven’s name can be made to the Temple of Witchcraft.

He wrote many books. Among my favorites are Beltane: Springtime Rituals, Lore, and Celebration and Ways of the Strega: Italian Witchcraft In Lore, Magick and Spells. I also like The Hidden Path Oracle and The Well Worn Path
Divination Kit
.

I knew Raven through my work at PanGaia magazine. We met at events, including the Pagan Picnic in St. Louis.  See a picture of us there.  I found him to be thoughtful, insightful, capable, and gracious.  He will be missed.
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According to clocks in the Americas, a house-sized asteroid will pass safely by our planet on the night of March 21, 2019. For other parts of the world, the pass will come on March 22. The newly discovered asteroid has been designated as 2019 EA2. The Mt. Lemmon Survey in Arizona first spotted it on March 9, 2019.
-- Earthsky

So is anyone else thinking of this?

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