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Saturday, October 11, 2003

Mythological Norse Vegetation of The Day 

Yggdrasil: The World Tree

I came, I saw, I ate everything I saw ... 

Tucson Meet Yourself (There's still time left, you know):

My particular menu today included pierogi with sour cream, fry bread with honey, grilled shrimp on a stick, stuffed grape leaves, and hungarian pancakes filled with raspberry jam. Not to mention the music and dance and art and what have you. Or you could all just sit home in the dark.

My little girls have learned the meaning of sisterhood 

In other words, they've proceeded to try to beat each other up on a regular basis. And I'm assuming this is just the beginning, having had a sister of my own...

The adventures of Lizzie Stardust 

Ha Ha, found it on my own! My former adolescent partner in crime has a blog of her very own now.

Daughters Of The Moon Tarot Cards Of The Day 

When she appears you know your magic is working and you are moving forward in a spiritually positive direction. Kuan Yin also represents well being in all your elements: balanced emotions, material security, mental agility and the ability to act

The Focus card also addresses how we pay attention to others, thereby empowering them. The celebrity or star system is an example of unbalanced focused attention. We all deserve and need recognition. If everyone gives and receives, there is no scarcity or need to compete, as there will be enough for everyone

Just a Thought 

Sometimes when one is trying to prove one's worth to others one just comes across as an unbearable snob instead. Or maybe it's just me that does that.


Festivals Tucson, TUCSON ENTERTAINMENT, Culture Clubs

It's friggin mandatory. And it's as old as I am.

A complaint... 

Been following Neil Gaiman's 1602, and this month's comic is kind of a rip off, comparitively, being as literally every other page is an ad. So says "comic book girl." Why not put in enough ads to make the thing free, then? Why charge so much? Oh, yeah, maybe because the ads are mostly for other comics. And video games. Who do they think I am?

Friday, October 10, 2003

Bizzare news item of the day: bruising one's ego literally causes pain 

News at Netscape

Site of the Day II

Site of the Day 

Sherman Alexie: The Official Site

Runes Of the Day 

KENAZ ( Reversed )
Over-heating, ignition, fever, repressed lust, lack of life force, suffocated fire.

Material property, acquisition of property, security and protection, harmony within the relationship and family, contact with forebears.

Questionable Celtic Myth of the day 


I'm apparently way too presumptious 

Learned I had strange things in common with a couple of friends I thought I already knew on a nearly telepathic level. Lesson learned. Never take anything for granted.

Thursday, October 09, 2003

Tarot Cards of the Day 

Seven of Cups : Daydreams and things seen in the glass of contemplation. The scattering of energies by strong desires and unrealistic goals. The pursuit of illusions and the dissipation of energy on false choices. Intoxication, delirium, and hallucination, leading to the negation of effort.

The World: Completeness and intricacy of design. A great work. Achievement, reward, and well-earned recognition. A time of success, prosperity, security and joy. May also indicate travel or a change in residence.

Maggie's Life Lesson Of The Day 

If you tell someone you love them, they will give you ice cream.

The Understatement of the Decade 

I need to get out more.

Wednesday, October 08, 2003

Barbara Kingsolver Quote 

"Don't wait for the muse. She has a lousy work ethic. Writers just write."

I ate an ice cream cone for breakfast today... 

Because I could.

Myth of the Day: Clotho, the youngest of the Fates 

Mythic detritus

Debunking Urban Legends 

My public service of the day, to make up for all that Duran Duran jr high level self indulgence, or whatever...

Tarot Cards Of the Day 

6 of Swords
Work requiring consistent effort; travel.

4 of Swords
Enduring peace, recovery from sickness, change for the better. The official Duran Duran website The official Duran Duran website

This is possibly the most obnoxious website in the world...

Simon Le Bon's Book Club??? 

Okay, well I had to take the bait...
My 15 year old self reeling with anticipation at the thought.
Book Club


Site Of The

sample quote:
"I'm not sure if the scary thing about Simon LeBon's book club is the fact that it exists or if it's that his book club is a lot more alluring than Oprah's. I mean, they're reading Master and Margarita, Cryptonomicon, and The Black Dahlia. I bet Jonathan Frazen would be honored to be chosen by the Simon LeBon book club, logo or no. "


Tuesday, October 07, 2003

Sarah Says Hello 

Literally, this is all my baby says right now. She waves and says "hello" to everything and everyone in sight. Pets, people, toys, television characters, pieces of toast...

Myth Of The Day 

Deirdre and the Sons Of Usnach

tarots of today 

This card is a herald of success drawing on apace. Good financial opportunities. As for your health, don't forget that talking can be releasing and healing. This card also stresses the importance of friends .

This represents the circulation of wealth and material goods. It predicts money coming and going in a steady and regular flow. Thus, you won't accumulate possessions. Reason is stronger now than feelings or it analyses them. Emotional therapy, psychotherapy. Love is androgynous, ambivalent, platonic.

Monday, October 06, 2003

Tarot Cards Of the Day 

Playful, unhurried and somewhat geeky, it often seems as if he makes things unnecessarily difficult for himself. A message containing new and unusual ideas is received.

Controntation, much criticism, blame; painful truths come to light.

Sunday, October 05, 2003

Send word...

Myths of the day... 

...can hereby be found on sister site

The Ultimate Bowie Link 

(there's also, but that's a bit expensive...)

Dark Labyrinth 

Dark Labyrinth

A sequel to the Bowie movie fanfictionwise

Myth of the day 


In Greek mythology Sisyphus (pronounced "sis'-i-fuhs"), the sly son of Aeolus and king of Corinth, outwitted even Death. When Death came to get him, Sisyphus bound him in chains, preventing everyone from dying until Zeus rescued Death. Sisyphus then went to Hades, having instructed his wife to give him an improper burial. He was allowed to return to Earth in order to settle this matter, but refused to return to Hades. When Death finally claimed him, Sisyphus was condemned eternally to roll a heavy stone to the top of a hill, only to have it fall back each time.

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