Jan 11 – Week 2 – A

Below are a list of posts that participating bloggers have submitted from their week 2 posts on January 11, 2013 for the letter A.

PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS TO ADD YOUR LINK
If you would like to submit your post for this week’s list, please follow these steps for adding your blog listing.

  1. In the widget box below where you see “Your Name” please type in the name of your blog and the title of your post or the subject of your post.
    For Example: Mary’s Wiccan Blog – Altars and Ancestors
  2. In the widget box below where you see “Your URL” please type in the URL for this specific blog post for the week.
    For Example: http://maryswiccanblog.blogspot.com/altars-and-ancestors.html

DO NOT POST A GENERIC LINK TO YOUR BLOG HERE
These posts should be links to your specific Pagan Blog Project post for the date in the title of the post. Do not post generic links to your blog.

For Example: GOOD – http://maryswiccanblog.blogspot.com/altars-and-ancestors.html
For Example: BAD – http://maryswiccanblog.blogspot.com

If you have any problems with this or need a change made, please email Rowan.



35 comments

  1. Alverdine

    I had big ideas for this week’s post, but it just didn’t work at all when it came time to turn it from an idea into an actual article. So instead I fell back on the fairly safe ‘this is my altar. There are many like it, but this one is mine’ approach. :)

  2. AliInPerth

    I had a lot of fun with this. I wrote about Amulets which in itself isn’t too exciting, but the realization that I actually have two was a bit of a surprise.

  3. Alison Leigh Lilly

    Being out on the west coast, I feel like I’m always late to the party even when I post first thing on Friday! ;) My post, “Anatomy of a God,” explores the tension between religion and science and how earth-centered Pagans can look to ecology to connect more deeply with the gods of nature.

  4. moonlily

    I’m really enjoying this and appreciate you putting this together! It makes me think of magick more and get in the mood to make sure I put some more thought of it into my daily life.

  5. Dawn

    Just discovered this project and love it already. I’ve found so many great blogs I might never have found on my own. It’s a great motivator to write as well.

  6. Nannalandia

    I have had a lot of fun both writing my own and reading other participant’s entries so far – but now I am beginning to worry, because I can’t think of anything to write about that begins with a B!
    I know it’s only Saturday, but… halp…? 8[

  7. Cezahn

    I’m just now starting to research Paganism in depth, so I chose to explore the history and practices of the Alexandrian Tradition this week! It’s just your basic fact regurgitation, but I definitely learned a few things.

  8. ZenDruidry

    I decided to write about anise seed this week as part of my journey to learn more about the herbs I work with. I had so much fun writing it, too… I hope everyone enjoys it!

  9. Lazarus K

    So I’m posting week 2 when I should be posting week 3. This is what I get for being a geek who feels compelled to write essays rather than short blog posts.

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  11. Victoria

    Hey, I’m still catching up too. Should be caught up tomorrow. I continued yesterday’s post on the Ancestors to talk about my relationship with them. :)

    Blessings,
    Victoria

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