Duendesday: Happy Equinox!

{life with a curious and crazy 12 yr old}

We wytches around here love our festivities – a time to connect with one another, make special food, and focus on the seasonal changes. We’re off on a Woods Walk today – to see how the terrain is changing, look for mushrooms, listen to birds, collect some goodies. The sun is shining, it is a stunning day!

As for our growing pea, she’s been working on skooling nicely (with some bumps, of course) – gave a presentation on mummification last week and building one this week on biomechanics. She’s opted to find her topics via Science News and then researches further from there. Our family short story group has read Sherwood Anderson’s ‘The Egg‘ and now Ray Bradbury’s ‘The Sound of Thunder‘. Meanwhile, she’s running off to her new Crow’s Nest treefort to read a copy of The Princess Bride that she found at the Swap Shack.

Duende has also been on a creative streak – busting out a couple of Gryffon’s the other day, just for fun, and crocheting, beading, painting. She’s been outside a lot and was a marvelous hostess at the Harvest Party. She’s excited for the Common Ground Fair – and rewatching her Victorian Farm series (getting her ‘Ruth on’). Looks like it’s going to be a wonderful Fall!

Published by Rachael M Rollson

creative life-learner

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