March 9th, 2005

devil girl

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You scored as Ecclectic Pagan. A veritable blend of all the pantheons and perhaps a dash of a few other religions as well, you're the versitile Ecclectic Pagan. You have no problem wearing an ankh while setting an offering to Herne on your alter just below your image of Hera. You don't believe in coloring within the lines, and are a bright free-thinker. While you respect the views of your fellow pagans, as far as you're concerned, religion is the sky, and there's no one about to clip your wings with lines and limitations.

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Egyptian Pantheonic Pagan

55%

Ecclectic Pagan

55%

Shamanic Pagan

55%

Kabbalistic Pagan

50%

Zoroastrian Pagan

45%

Celtic Pantheonic Pagan

45%

Eastern Pagan

40%

Greek Pantheonic Pagan

40%

Roman Pantheonic Pagan

35%

Norse Pantheonic Pagan (Asatru)

30%

Sumerian, Babylonian, and Mesopotamian Pagans

30%

Catholic (Pagan?)

15%

What kind of Pagan are you?
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devil girl

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So, while I'm sitting here, I really should update. Once again, I'm too tired to put much thought into it. Perhaps tomorrow I'll work up the energy and motivation to do so.
Right now, I'm searching for a poly community that's Seattle based and having no luck. Anyone out there know of one? I'd like to avoid asking the question in the poly communities I belong to already, but if I have to resort to such, I suppose I will.
devil girl

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Feh....so, I found where my missing posts went. I've been posting to my family journal. *facepalms* Yep, how typical of me. That's alright, most of them are okay to have over there.... if you wanna read, follow the link on my page. *sigh* I'll delete the last post placed there and c/p it here. Joy, joy. Then its off to work for me! Yippie!
devil girl

Quick update

I have a little time before work, so I'll get everyone caught up. Today is my first day on the phones. The last two were spent in training, fortunately most of it was review. I did learn a few new clients though, and I'm a little nervous about those ones. After a few calls for them, I'm sure I'll be fine.
The kids are adjusting well to me working again, which is good. I was a little worried about Jae, since she seems to be going through this 'mommy only' stage. Garrett gets a little grumpy, but I've been able to see him before he goes to bed. I like playing with him then too :) I miss them when I'm gone, but I'm glad to be getting out of the house on a semi-regular basis.
I meant to go to Third Place books last night for the weekly get together, but by the time I got off work, I was tired. That, and I hadn't really made firm plans with R. I wasn't up for attending on my own. Haven't gotten quite that brave in my endeavers to come out of my shy shell. But, I shall make plans for next week. I'll have my new schedule today, so I'll see if I'm able to go. Working nights means I may not be able to make one for awhile.
Over the weekend, mom and I went to the sewing expo. There were a lot of people around...who knew something like that would be so popular? Go figure. I'm not the sewer in the family, so I went mostly for 'support'. Lo and behold, I found some toys to bring home. Funny that. Mom bought me a knitting loom that's akin to spool knitting. Its pretty neat, really. I can do hats and scarves with it. I'm sure I can find other things too....someone said that they've seen legwarmers made on the round ones. Sunday night, after coming home, I managed to make a little baby hat. In one night! Go me! Of course, I didn't finish it right, so it came partially unravelled. I'm not sure how to fix it, so I've just sorta let it be. I'm working on a new hat, but I haven't put in the few hours it takes to finish it yet. I've been working on it at work. Still, I've gotten pretty far...almost time to double it over and do the brim.
That's pretty much life in my corner of the world for the moment.