I got some studying done today. I may even have retained a bit of what I read. Time will tell on that, though. Still, it's progress for me. I'm still refining the path I am walking, discovering what sign posts are for me and which ones are for someone else. Druidry is still very much a part of it, but I am rediscovering my first love, the Greek/Roman pantheon. Maybe not so much from the aspect of worship, although Hestia and Hecate appeal to me in many ways, because I still feel very much drawn to the Celtic world and pantheon.
My bird feeders will most likely be empty by nightfall. And I just refilled them this morning with fingers numb from the cold. We finally have a dusting of snow on the ground so I'm getting double the number of birds I normally get. I set out one ear of field corn, which I had planned to do after the first real snow. So far no takers but they will probably sneak over tonight. I've seen a male cardinal hanging around off and on today. He looks so lovely with his bright red plumage against the partly snowy hill behind the feeders. A touch of color on an an otherwise drab day. But I do love these drab days.
I'm not going anywhere today. Just too cold and I'm too behind on other things. So today will be a crafting day, a decorating my Winter Solstice altar and some housekeeping stuff as well. Not to mention bill paying.
Nellie, whose blog I read regularly, is having a giveaway of some really lovely wood-carved items. She is so talented! So if you get a chance, go to A Bit of Gardening Spirit and enter.
Off to get busy so my fingers will warm up a bit. I haven't turned up the heat much since Zach is still in bed. Poor guy has that flu Tom and I had so I'm letting him sleep in.