October 6, 2013
I'm still trying to figure this part out. I have always been drawn to all things Celtic, but beyond that, I am still re-learning and (in many cases) discovering new nuances I "missed" the "first time around."
I started when I was 17, then in my early 20s I "went home" to the Catholic faith I was taught in school. I never felt satisfied in The Church, though. Also, being a bit of a history buff has resulted in me learning several things about The Church (and it's various actions/inactions) which made it impossible to follow such a fouled-up Church. So, after wandering around - Lutheranism, Gnosticism, Nothingism (not to be confused with Atheism) - I am here, once more hailing the Watchtowers and welcoming the Lord and Lady into my circle. I have never felt more at home - or more at peace with myself and with Life - than I am with Wicca.
Here's my attempt at saying "something funny": 1: Knock Knock 2: Who's There 1: The Doctor 2: Doctor Who? 1: Exactly!
I cast my first circle as a 17 year old (with the rarity of a permissive single mom). I'm now a wife and mother, and am rediscovering (after wandering around aimless down several paths) how I am never more at home than with the Lord and Lady.