Happy Bi Visibility Day! :D

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Me: mother, wife, was in love with a woman once*, am deeply in love with my husband now**, friend, geek, trekkie, gardener, star gazer, dreamer, witch, attracted to more than one gender***, searching, book lover, scifi and fantasy addicted, singer, lover, secret keeper, artist, writer, gamer, crazy person, not missing anything whilst in a relationship with a person of a certain gender, bisexual.

Happy Bi Visibility Day!! konfetti

 

*I was not a lesbian while with her.
**I’m not straight now that I’m with him.
***Yes, that means also more than two.

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A Lughnasadh celebration

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We have our own little “circle” here, even though probably most more organized Wiccans would smile about our lack of professionality or even continuity. It’s by far not every ritual we celebrate together, we don’t even have a fire for a lot of them and also a lot of them cannot happen outside because of cold and weather. We have no “Priestess” and no male participants, we barely have a certain process or defined order in which stuff happens in our rituals. Most of the time we’re only three or four women, meeting, celebrating and focussing our energy and thoughts.

That used to be different for quite a while. But life is what it is, so some have moved on, meet with other people or just can’t find the time any longer.

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A year of goodbyes

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Cub at Yule, still not able to crawl

A little bit over two weeks ago, the twins turned one.

One.

The magical number. The first year. My beautiful two boys are now officially no longer babies and their birthday marks 365 days of being on this earth (not counting those in my womb). Whoa. I still can’t quite believe it. And at the same time I’m so very excited about our next year together which will bring their first words, their first “conscious” yule celebration, probably their first trip to the ocean and so much more.

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