A satisfied customer shows off her Loki altar–featuring prayer beads and a wood-wick candle made by moi. It never fails to make me happy when I get to see the things I make put to use on someone’s shrine, and to hear that they made someone feel closer to their gods. Yes, FiberWytch is my entire livelihood now and I make things to support myself and my family–but the satisfaction of knowing I helped someone in their spiritual relationship is something I just can’t buy. For me, it is the absolute best part of this work.
I swear to Gods, I’m not a wreck all of the time.
But lately, one might think so, judging by how often I have chosen to write posts that detail my latest struggles.
So, in an effort to be more positive, I wanted to post something that makes me happy.
This is one of my Loki altars:
This altar happens to be the first thing that I see every morning and the last thing that I see every night. And, as you might imagine, it holds several devotional items that have come to have a lot of meaning for me lately.
First, there is the very large picture of Himself, a special commission that I had done (for my 43rd birthday) by talented Pagan artist, Kimberly Williams. While this picture might not be everyone’s cup of tea – as some folks are of the opinion that He has a…
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