Abolan 4, 3336
Greetings my dear Readers,
I have missed you. It has been very busy of late. My children went back to school on Tuesday (that would be Abolan 1, for anyone keeping score on the Filianic calendar, or the day after Labor Day here in the US). We have been running about for the last month, roughly, working on getting everything ready for school. They have new backpacks, new shoes, and clothes. School supplies was probably the easiest part of the process. The hardest part was getting my eldest to understand that he can not take Thursday's/Thamedi's off so he can visit with the garbage man. I promised him that I would take up his favorite way of helping (carrying out the recycling to this kind and helpful guy) when he was at school. One of these days, we're going to write them a very nice note thanking them for showing us the parts of the truck, letting the boys help out a bit, and generally being just awesome with their two biggest fans.
We have been very busy getting ready for my sister-in-law's wedding this weekend. I find it charming that the day it falls on is the day known for the Norns. What better day to begin the next journey in the tapestry of your life on the day of the weaver's of fate? I like to think that Sai Rhavë will share the day with the Werdë and bless her and her fiance. I also think that Ingvi is going to extend his hand in blessing as well. It is just a feeling that I have about it all.
All of this work has lead to my being sporadic in my devotional activities and my present problems with my mental health being more challenging. It is my hope, however, that life will calm down over the next week. I also hope to resume posting material for you all soon. I have been observing things happening in the world about me and I have some questions that I am pondering. I also have ideas on other stuff coming to mind. So, I will do my best to be in touch soon.
May the love of the Gods be with you.