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Wow, that is quite a plan!

I love the idea of making your own ritual knife. That's wonderful! (And quite traditional.)

Thanks for bringing this back to my attention. I still have no plans, but since I will stay home that weekend, I can do either or both - celebrate on the 31st to the 1st, and do something on the weekend.

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WOW, Texas! Wonderful plans, and I love the idea of making your ritual/kitchen knife. The [sign in to see URL] you be spinning it into yarn?

I would think that all of the [sign in to see URL] [sign in to see URL] doing with heat/fire are just related, and the [sign in to see URL] it being cold weather (or supposed to be), deals with the nurturing [sign in to see URL] with the water.

I still have not made any [sign in to see URL]'s difficult when your spouse doesn't share the same beliefs. I may work on a menu for a special meal.
I already have a ritual knife, but perhaps recharging it would be a good thing to [sign in to see URL] well as maybe recharging my pentacle. I've not worn it in a while, so may need to recharge it. That may be most of what I [sign in to see URL] some [sign in to see URL] I can do on my own.





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I hear you on the hubby part Saijen, and I'm even further behind in breaking mine in than you! emoticon

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Well, looks like I'm dropping beer off my list! Hubby and I were planning last night and we realized that while beer is good after it's aged longer than the standard 6 weeks, it usually peaks at about 3 months and starts to decline after 6 months. It'll be 6 months before I'll be really enjoying beer again (I do have an occasional small glass of beer or wine now, but no more with the pregnancy!) and there's no way we could finish 5 gallons before it went bad!

[sign in to see URL] are thinking of brewing something else that has a longer shelf life - mead, wine, etc. But haven't worked out the details. But for now, brewing is on hold.
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[sign in to see URL]'t blame you on this one!! emoticon

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Argh! I forgot to do anything yesterday. I ended up in a pretty listless mood and just played computer games.

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[sign in to see URL] traditions celebrate on Feb 2nd. So there's still time! emoticon

I just marked the actual day with a simple blessing. All my energy is going into the weekend activities!
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Oh, good!

I think I might bless my pocket knife. emoticon

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I was getting needles and rods stuck in my [sign in to see URL] of missed it! emoticon

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Firle, I didn't do anything either, and really haven't done anything today. Can't seem to summon the energy, plus, there's no dry dirt to use in recharging any of my tools and my pentagram. Prefer not to use [sign in to see URL], I supposed that would take care of the Water AND the Earth Elements all in one whack emoticon

If I can find some dry dirt, I may work on charging items this weekend. As usual, it's suppose to rain, so I may have to go digging in the basement! lol We have one room that the walls and floor are [sign in to see URL] don't like using what I refer to as stagnant dirt for charging items. Just have to see how it goes.

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