About Me

Josh and I

My name is Lea and my husband is Sir Joshimus Rex.  We are adventurers, lovers, occasionally troublemakers, and spiritualists who share the heart of a faith that is expansive and difficult to understand.  I started my blog as a way to chronicle our attempts at changing our lifestyles (we have been smokers off and on for years, currently off, yay!), our attempts at becoming parents, and our journey to finding our place in the world.  It has evolved from there, through discussions of our beliefs, loss and infertility, and just time.  These days, a lot of our time is spent on Buttercup, our Kymco 500 Xciting, looking for roads and finding ourselves more in-tune with one another than we’ve been in a while.  We still want to be parents, we’re still looking for our place, and we still talk about faith and religion.  But we’re a lot more laid back about all of it now than we were at 24 and 26 when this blog first started.  So please have a look around.

20180227_143726In September 2017, we added a new member to our family, Miss Salem Jean.  Our beautiful brindle and blue girl has improved our lives just by being her incredible silly, sweet self.  She is my nearly constant companion and our lovebug.

Also, as per the boon laid upon me by my Gods, I am here to serve my community.  I’m working to find a community to serve in the real world, but if you are in need of someone to talk to, I’m here to help if I can.  I call this my boon, because it is.  But it isn’t a burden, and it is a boon I have taken up of my own accord.  They have called me to this service, but They have let me know that it is, always, my decision.  So I offer not because I have to, but because I choose to.

Some other stuff to check out!

The Gaian Warrior’s Chronicle is from our table top sessions playing White Wolf’s Werewolf game (cross between Middle Ages and Apocalypse), written as an actual story.  Sir Joshimus, as Laughs in the Wind; my best friend, Ms. Becca, as Ariadne; and I, as Morna Moonsong, invite you on our journey.

Pretty Pagans in a Row is a gathering of Pagan blogs that I have enjoyed reading, including a couple that are written by women I now consider friends and think are fabulous.  Please, go have a look at their blogs and give them a little love.  If you are a blogger and a Pagan – even if you aren’t a Pagan blogger, per say, and you’d like to be listed here, let me know!

SCL on YouTube is our YouTube channel where our videos are hosted.  So you don’t have to go looking here, click over and you can find them all in one place.

10 thoughts on “About Me

    • I’m glad to, because I really enjoy reading! I would have commented, but I had nothing to add, since I am, for the most part, simply an ally, as well. Thank you for continuing to write! ^_^

      • Have to write. Like the mariner of old, I have to tell the tale. In fact, was writing the second post of the day when you replied. Like Josh, I have a retail job. Unlike him, my weekend is in the middle of the week. *grins*

        • Lol, our change to a “normal” weekend is only recent. I talked about it not to long ago, but this is the first time since we’ve been married – so six years – that we’ve had weekends that fall at the end of the calender week! So I can definitely commiserate there.

          • I know, I read the post. That’s why I knew. You see, I take the time to read your words, too. You are a wise young lady and have words to say that should be read. Even by strangers.
            For us, me having the same schedule week over week is unusual in this job or my previous. I’ll take what I get. At least I’m not on 12 hour shifts overnight anymore.

            • Thank you very much for that. I don’t think of myself as wise, so I’m honored to have that placed upon me. Like you, I write because I have to write, and I just hope that something I says resonates with someone at some point.

              And I’m glad you’re not having to do that, either! I know jobs like that need to be filled, but I feel for those who must work them from the bottom of my heart!

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