Fhiona the Place
When I think of "Fhiona" as a place it calls to mind a moonlit night, the moon overlooking a lake with water that appears black reflecting the night sky in its surface. There is thick white fog surrounding the lake like a curtain with the trees poking out their branches here and there - this is Fhiona. An in-between place, in an in-between time. A place where the elements meet, and blend, and shift to become something else entirely different.
Welcome to a time that is not a time, a place that is not a place.....where all the Gods are one God and all the Godesses are one Godess; and in their dualities and triplicities they become one Universal Spirit.
This is our sacred space where we meet in joy and sometimes in sorrow; but never in anger, only in love.