May 12th, 2004
|10:01 am - And yesterday is today, or so it seems.|
Yo. Staying home sick again today, in hopes that I feel much better. We'll see how long that takes :)
But I do read all my friends entries. Interestingly, on Monday night, I was in my office until 7 catching up on the entries I'd missed while down in Arizona. I had to go back 400 posts to get to where I wanted to start from.
4 days = 400 posts.
It was a long night. You people are wonderfully prolific.
So, yes. Send me more dirty, naughty things, or cool things, or fun things, or whatever you're in the mood for.
Snitched from rhiannon76 for ceolnamara
Wooden pipe find excites Irish archaeologists
Archaeologists are dancing with delight after discovering a set of musical pipes believed to have been used 4,000 years ago by prehistoric man in Ireland, making them the world's oldest wooden instruments.
And then there's this, because news about Druids is cool!
Druids go 'public'
Local group adds weekly services to celebrate nature
By Stephanie Innes
ARIZONA DAILY STAR
Spinning her robed body in dizzying circles and clutching a wooden wand called the staff of Dionysus, Dame Julian Greene chants, "Let the gates be opened," as her fellow Druids anticipate the nature spirits' arrival.
Greene, 49, is not an actress, nor is she a student of Harry Potter's...
Current Mood: bored
Current Music: "Margaritaville", -JB
Sending you naughty and dirty things sounds like a great idea, but I'm sick too and just can't work up that much energy.
Sure you don't want to make a long detour here? *eg*
OOOooo, I'm in heaven, thanks for finding that aritcle!! I'm half Irish, I'm a professional archaeologist, and I'm a flute player!! YAY Life is good. I hope the gods reward you with recovery and health soon for you diligent research :)
That is a sweet article. I am going to pass it on to my friend Tim, he'll love it.
As for the latter article, it beats the Lantern.
From the Arizona Star article: "...Other neo-pagans include shamans, Wiccans and a group of goddess worshippers called odinists.
" (emphasis obviously mine)
I'm sorry, now I can't get the scene from Raising Arizona out of my head... "Sometimes I gets the menstrual cramps real hard"
a group of goddess worshippers called odinists
I would have to listen to J, who says he's an atheist now, splutter and rant for at least ten minutes if I repeated that to him.
my favorite line--> "and a group of goddess worshippers called odinists."