A Day to Reflect

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I won’t be actively blogging today, as I’m taking a personal day for my birthday. I’ve often thought that birthdays, at least once you bypass the “piles of toys” stage of life, are a perfect time to take stock, reflect on the year past, look toward the year to come, and spend time with dear friends. So that’s what I’ll be doing.

Living in Eugene, Oregon, one of my favorite spots to reflect is from the top of Spencer Butte, a place I often hike to (weather permitting). Here’s a photo I took a couple months ago, of the view from the summit.

I’d like to take this moment to thank all of you, for reading, supporting my efforts here, and participating in making today’s Pagan media the dynamic, enriching, experience it often is. Doing The Wild Hunt has been a true privilege, one I hope to continue for many years to come. I bow to all of you.

If you are looking for news, or a good Sunday read, let me recommend a few stopping points:

You may also want to check the excellent Pagan blogs and podcasts linked in my sidebar.

Again, thanks for reading, I’ll be back on Monday.