Indecisive Anniversary Post #Patheos5Yrs

So, I was discussing which of my posts from over the years was my favorite, so I could link to it.  The problem of course is they’re all my favorite.  Actually, all the funny ones are my favorite.  Never let it be said that I don’t appreciate my own sense of humor.

I can’t make up my mind (also typical) so I’m just going to leave these here, and you can decide…

Pagan Light Bulb Jokes!

Q:  How many chaotes does it take to change a light bulb?

A:  Oops.

The Art of Forthright Speech

So, there’s this story, about Inanna.  Basically, she goes to the God of  Wisdom, Enki, and is all, “Hey there, I’m Ereshkigal’s little sister,  I’m the goddess of Lurve and Battles, and I’m smokin’ hot.”

Enki says,  “Heh heh heh. Yes, honey, you sure are.”

Inanna says, “Would you like a beer?”

Our Nimue Is Different

 If you step out to the grocery store to buy a loaf of bread and wind up in Tijuana with a trunk full of Froot Loops and vintage porn…that was Nimue.

A Matter of Ir/Reverence

[Coyote] is a holy power, absolutely. He is to be respected. However, approaching him with too much in the way of solemn reverence is a good way to get pantsed.

It was Coyote gave fire to man—out of pity, yes, but also because he foresaw the possibility of arson. (Eldri Littlewolf, Faery priestess)

 

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The Busy Witch: Celebrating Change
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About Sara Amis

Sara Amis writes fiction, poetry, non-fiction, and rants. She is a Faery initiate who kicks it old-school, a member of Hellbender Coven, and has many opinions. Her work has appeared in Datura, Jabberwocky, Lilith Queen of the Desert, Witches and Pagans, Moon Milk Review, A Mantle of Stars, and her blog, the Consequence of Chance. Her poem series The Sophia Leaves Text Messages was published as an artist's book by Papaveria Press. She teaches Tarot and magic sometimes.


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