Sunday, January 10, 2010

Dark Night of the Soul

It has been a strange time for me and I am not yet out of it. Meanwhile Ireland has turned into Canada with cold and snow. Hope you all had a wonderful season of good cheer and wishing you the best for 2010.

8 comments:

tallie said...

Hear!Hear! Remember, there has to be light at the end of that tunnel. mmm...just got a flash in my head from 'They Might Be Giants'. Happy 2010!

OR Melling said...

Omigod, I've been trying to find someone else who saw that film! (I was beginning to think I had made it up in my head.) Do you know you are the first person who has ever mentioned it to me?! It was amazing, wasn't it?

Ina said...

Hello there,

hey, you have a weblog....! That's great...! Just found you here, while googeling for your books. I have just contributet an article about the two books you gave me to a German Web-Zine for Naturespiritualism...! Maybe you want to have a look, when it is online... It's the Imbolc edition 2010...! I'll let you know, when it is published... Will translate for you, when we meet again...! ;)

http://www.mahkah.com/

By the way, I loved the books....! Oh, and would you have time to come over for Beltane...? We'll have a celebration over here: bonfire, ritual, music - a German friend of mine, a singer and songwriter, singing her own songs about the wheel of the year, will give a little concert - and story-telling...! Good food, of course...! (I know you like that, now that I have read the books....! haha...)

Hugs, Ina

paddy said...

Happy new year, and I hope you're good! One definite resolution of mine is to actually buy and read one of your books. It's on my short-list!

OR Melling said...

Thanks, Paddy. May 2010 see you writing and publishing more!

OR Melling said...

Ina, great to hear from you! Will do a post on your blog soon. I've been overcome by winter blues, but slowly coming out of it and will be back in bloom soon.:)

Kelly Thompson said...

Currently writing from Canada...as I'm usually a Kingstonian (two hours east of Toronto) but currently working with the Military in Vancouver for the Olympics. I am used to TONS of snow this time of year but lately, all we've seen is RAIN in Vancouver. I'm having quite the adjustment period because snow can be cheery but this rain is depressing! I'm looking forward to my trip to Ireland this May...I wish someone would give me hope that the weather there will make me feel better!

Ina said...

The Imbolc Edition of the "Erdenkind" magazine is online, if you want to have a look....!?

http://www.mahkah.com/?cat=205

All the best, Ina