The Year in Review

Reflect on the past year in your life. Did you have children? Did you find ‘God’, forsake God? Did you marry? Break up? What was this past year like in your life?

You really do like getting into other people’s business don’t you?

Did you have children?

No, I found one that I had all but lost, however. But I do not suppose that counts.

Did you find ‘God’,

I wasn’t aware that God or Goddess was lost. That is a very odd question to be asking a Wytch!

Forsake God?

No, not really. And I am fairly certain that I wasn’t forsaken either. I give as good as I get, a’course.

Did you marry?

Don’t be absurd. I am not the kind of woman who wants to be married and chained to anyone!

Break up?

Absurdity seems to be thy middle name, Mate. What do you mean ‘break up’? Like a ship on the rocks? Not a chance, I’m not that fragile. However. If you mean relationships, I really have not entered into any such exclusive alliances that could be termed something that is capable of being “broken up”.

What was this past year like in your life?

Fanny gives a cryptic smile.

It t’was an adventure – as always. I met up with old paramours and new playmates that challenge me. I have gone off with Letters of Marque with another very good friend to raid French ships off the coast of San Domingue and Jamaica. It’s been quite the explosive year, truly.

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  1. Did you find ‘God’

    most annoying, of all questions to ask anyone, in my estimation anyway. I won’t bother trying to explain away how silly/angry I become when dared to consider answering such foolish query. Yet, with a heavy sigh, I often try as best I am able and offer something as close to a yes or a no without being overtly definitive. I do however wish for more people to realize that life itself is god, is goddess, is good, is all we need to make rapture.. and yet, they persist, “How do you know for sure?” If there have ever been demons, I would guess they fail to consider and incessantly insist without listening, without feeling, without sense

    • Re: Did you find ‘God’

      I do however wish for more people to realize that life itself is god, is goddess, is good is all we need to make rapture.. and yet, they persist, “How do you know for sure?” If there have ever been demons, I would guess they fail to consider and incessantly insist without listening, without feeling, without sense.

      Aye, I thnk there are people in the world who need to know that their own way of belief is the very right one and they can make up for years of bullying or a lifetime of fears of being told, “obey or else”. One can make themsleves crazy trying to bend their mind around the God or Goddess, or Whatever you want to call IT. And we can bend our minds into a knot or two or ten trying to discern whether even we ourselves exist, because really how do we know for sure? The knowing comes in the gut, that still small voice that so many talk about. Faith is just that..faith and it’s very personal, Mate. One cannot foist their faith upon another, nor really take away from anyone else either. It all comes inside, and honestly, that seems to be at the very core of most every religious teaching out there. Except, that is to those who insist on picking and choosing the choicest bits that props up their argument toward the “obey or else” way of thinking.

      • “obey or else”

        When it comes down to it, I prefer to be nice, mainly, because sleep becomes more restful when I do my best keeping considerate of others. Religion gets messy and laws are confusing.. however, being nice and considerate usually allows me to sleep well

  2. Did you forget something, Mama?

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