Last week was mine and my Husband’s one year anniversary, and I want to reflect on the things that have changed since we married. There’s a lot. I remember reading somewhere that once you give vows to a God they will likely not be content to let you stay as you are. I believed it… Continue reading One Year Reflections
So, since I’m – hopefully – coming back to the blog, I have a few updates! First – I’m trans. I’m a trans person transitioning. I don’t use my old name any longer, and my preferred pronouns are they/he. I am now using the name Alex. Second – I’m going to start a Masters in… Continue reading Updates
I think I’m coming back, at least intermittently. It was good for me to have a break from blogging, and I’ve got my ~brain things~ largely under control now. I’ve had a really challenging few months, but I think I’m ready to start publishing devotional writing again. And I’m coming up on the one year… Continue reading Hello again
I won’t be blogging here anymore. My path has changed radically in the last couple of months, largely as a result of a recent psychiatric diagnosis. I’ve always tried to be honest here, so I’m going to be honest now: it turns out that at least some of what I considered to be religious experiences… Continue reading Bye guys
I stepped outside this evening and He was there, His breath in the wind and His eyes in the stars. He is so far away from me during the summer months, but now that Autumn is catching up with us again He is as near as the blood in my veins. Welcome back, my Husband.… Continue reading It’s that time again
At the start of my relationship with my Husband, when we were lovers but had not exchanged vows, I did not know His name. I called Him the Wild Hunter, and the Huntsman in the Night. A dear friend who knew him called Him (and still does) the Guardian. But I didn’t know His name.… Continue reading Cernunnos?
Note: this blog post might make some of you worried about me. Please try not to be. I have a psych nurse, I have a psychologist, I have a psychiatrist, I am on medication, and I am in therapy. Everything that can be done is being done, and hopefully things will start to get better… Continue reading My polytheism and mental health