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New addition to the blogroll

Posted by Erik on June 21, 2009

I just recently came across a wonderful Druid blog, Maria Ede-Weaving’s A Druid Thurible. I linked to one of Maria’s posts the other day in a comment (found here), and just a moment ago read her stunning guest post on Philip Carr-Gomm’s blog. Go and read – it will be time well spent.


5 Responses to “New addition to the blogroll”

  1. This is the best blog on the holidays, you will not believe how great the writing – I turned on to her with her “Bread and Roses” May Day Post. Now Summer Solstice is up.


  2. executivepagan said


  3. luckyloom1 said

    Hi! Thanks so much for adding me to your blogroll (you are on mine too – I really enjoy reading yours!)and also for your kind comments about my post on Philip’s. I hope the sermon went well. I never stop being amazed how nature speaks to us just when we need it.

    Much love

  4. executivepagan said

    It did, thanks much! Several people said it spoke to where they are in their journey, which is always gratifying… (Never mind that I read your piece on the sexton beetle just before I left for the church, and almost scrapped the sermon in favor of reading that and being done with it!) I won’t bother posting the text here since most of it was drawn from previous posts :), but I expect that one or two new points from it will make their way here in the next week or two.

  5. luckyloom1 said

    I look forward to that.

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