The podcast. Will be coming back on track. Due to life, family, and the oppressive heat of the summer, there has been a brief gap in show production. This will be changing. Those of you who have been with the show for years may have noticed a pattern during this time of the year. The heat sucks and it sucks me dry of energy, which means little to nothing gets done. Plus with the need of the air conditioning to keep us comfortable and sane, turning it off to record an episode is always a concern. Not to mention the air conditioning units from our neighbors, which we can’t turn off, also create additional background noise in the show. Unfortunately we don’t have a better recording environment. I hope to change this in the future.
The coven. Is still going strong and will only get stronger as our practice and understandings evolve. There has been continued interest in the work we are doing from many different places and people, which is appearing to spawn it’s own ‘things’ as we’ll say for now. We hope to be able to make more formal and complete announcements regarding these ‘things’ in the near future.
Other ventures. I have been in the middle of filling several bronze orders which have occupied a portion of my free time. These orders are coming along if at a slow pace of which I am sorry.
Work life and private life have been extra demanding as there are some current issues going on which are requiring our time, attention, and energy. As of now we are mostly in a day to day type of mode. As some of you may know Tara’s brother has cancer and as of several days ago has decided to go on hospice. Thank you to those of you who have offered and given your support as this unexpected chapter unfolds.
For those who have been messaging me, the Witch Queen will be available through Sacred Source in the near future. I am currently in the process of creating the prototype for their production team, which in itself has been long overdue. Stay tuned for her and other resin works by me coming in the near future.
All in all, we’re trying to stay positive despite the ups and the downs. As some of you may know, Tara and I, after being together for over 15 years, have decided to get married and we are very happy to finally take this step. There are no details set in stone regarding the ceremony at this time.