seems wonderful to me that the sun should rise in the west today
and in the east every other day,” he said.
“It would be better for us if it were so,” they said.
“It is the radiance of the face of Lugh of the Long Arms.”
days grow shorter, and we are focused on what we are harvesting
in our lives - seeing the results of the seeds we planted in the
Druid's Egg has undergone a complete makeover - transitioning from
a "newsletter" to an
"e-zine", and I believe you will find the navigation much
easier with the new format. There is now a Table of Contents with
live links to all pages, and loading time should be a lot faster,
as each article, poem, and other feature now has its own page (instead
of the old format which was one LONG page as per the newsletter
is a work in progress, so I would welcome any feedback on the new
e-zine format... :)
other big news is that - after 5 years of service - I have passed
the "Archdruid" mantle back to my sweet soulmate husband
El (who was the original Archdruid of the Order). More details on
this can be found in his brand new section: "Growing Closer"
(see page 3).
has been an indescribable honour to be your Archdruid, but now other
responsibilities call to me in my path. I will still always be available
for counsel and mentoring - and of course, Reiki healing energy
and the occasional twisted humour! Oh, and I am still committed
to bringing you The Druid's Egg every quarter... :)
asked what were the three sweetest things he had ever heard,
Cormac mac Airt, the Irish Solomon, replied,
‘The shout of triumph after victory, praise after wages, and
a lady’s invitation to her pillow.”
From The Celtic Book of Days by Caitlin Matthews
blessings to you all,
Past Archdruid of OMS/RDG