Happy first day of winter. The solstice was an important day in pagan traditions — culturally appropriated to become Christmas 🎄– the day the light incrementally returns to earth (about 55 more seconds/day) and a time when the space between the worlds is thinner as if you could reach across and pull some beauty and wisdom from the ethers. Speaking of beauty and wisdom, enjoy this post from my friend, K.L. Allendoerfer. Happy Solstice!  p.j.lazos 12.21.16


For the past 2 weeks I’ve been participating in a NaNoWriMo-related Blog and Social Media Hop, hosted by blogger and author Raimey Gallant. I did the Facebook, blog, Twitter, Google+, and Goo…

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About Pam Lazos

writer, blogger, environmentally hopeful
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4 Responses to Hop(p)ing

  1. Amy Laurel says:

    Happy solstice! I’m atheist but I love Xmas! The lights, the trees, the presents! I hope your holiday season is wonderful!

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  2. A happy festive season to you

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    • pjlazos says:

      And to you and your campy little furry friends! Tomorrow is my last day of work until the New Year and I am terribly excited for the break. Hoping you will enjoy some time off as well, Shehanne!🎄🎁


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