An Altar, Please

As you can see, I don’t really have much of an altar right now. Making room for our baby (who is now 14 months old) has sucked up any extra room I had for an altar before. His crib used to be where that table is now. The really bad part is that all that junk has been on that table for about five months, since G got his own room.

It’s kind of hard to see, but on my dresser, next to the broken jewelry box, is my statue of Cernunnos. In front of him sits an empty incense holder that rarely gets used and a necklace that didn’t quite make its way back into the jewelry box. (Pathetic, I know.)

^That was yesterday. Today, I have greatly improved the area, as you can see. I even set up my altar. (Yay!) It’s a work in progress, but it’s something.

I am hoping that having my altar set up will prompt me to do some kind of daily practice. I have not decided what it should be, though. I think I’m going to read a book and see if I can’t find ideas. I will share more on that later.

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On the family side of things, we all three went to the local botanical gardens this afternoon. G loved it, and it was very nice to be out in nature. It is certainly something I want to do regularly for G and myself.

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