Saturday, January 31, 2009

Imbolc Past and Present

As you can see I changed my blog template. I was bored with the other one, and I like this one better!

So, Monday is Imbolc. I have no clue what I'm going to do for it, but that datebook I got had this recipe in it. It was easier to scan it than to type it up. I <3 my scanner/ printer/ copier! It makes life so much easier. I want to make this cake, but it's supposed to be a light grocery week so I may have to wait. Either way it sounds really good.

I remember this time last year I was writing tons in my journals, and I had bought a gold fish which I named Brigid after the triple goddess. There's no way I'm going to buy another gold fish. I can't keep any sort of fish alive for more than a month. xD I've been thinking about getting some kind of plant I can keep in my room, though. I have a bad record with plants, too, but I want to try again. Does anyone have a suggestion as to what kind of plant I should get? Something that's hard to kill preferably, and not poisonous to our cats who may sniff at it.

I may be writing less for pleasure, but I have been writing a lot for school. I'm always writing papers for my English classes, and now I have one to write about my future career. I'll be doing that today, hopefully I have time to make more of that chocolate chocolate chip cookie dough. Everyone in my family loves the cookies!


  1. I love your new blog look! It's crisp and clean and bright!

    I am a fellow plant killer, so I have no advice to give in that area :)

    Best of luck in your writings! :)

  2. Joyous Imbolc!

    I just read another blog tonight that talked about that gooey butter cake = it sounds SO good.

    Re: plants - my late mother always said that spider plants were easy to care for.


    Mama Kelly

  3. Your new blog is totally cool! Green and earthy, perfect!

    Get a beta fish! Seriously, you can't kill them. They're inexpensive and eat only a teeny bit of food and get this - do NOT like their water changed!

    They can live for a few years with very little care.
    Goldfish named Brigid - haha! - LOVE IT!!!!!