Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can.

– Arthur Ashe

Truth be told, I’m bummed that Pagan Blog Project isn’t continuing on for another year.  “This is it,” I thought, “The year I really buckle down and write out what I believe in.” I planned every letter out, the subjects that I would be writing from A to Z. I even made pictures to go along with them. I put up this blog specifically for that purpose. Alas, it was not to meant to be.

So here we are, seven weeks into 2015 and not a single post written. I spent that time thinking of what to do with this little patch of empty space on the interwebs. Without the Pagan Blog Project, what purpose would it serve?

Well, in between changing diapers and washing dishes, I finally realized that the very reason I wanted to join PBP in the first place was because I wanted write what I was feeling. I don’t need to be in a blog hop to do that, duh! Deep inside, I thought it would be nice to be in a community of like-minded people: witches and pagans who are just living their lives, trying to acknowledge the divine in the everyday. The problem is, it feels like those people are everywhere but in the Philippines.

I know that’s probably the pessimism talking – Hello, it’s the 21st century!

So I’ll soldier on with my planned posts, find myself, have my food adventures, and hopefully I’ll discover the community of like-minded people that I’ve been looking for.

I guess that means that this little patch of space isn’t going to be empty much longer.

Pagans of the Philippines, I’m looking forward to meeting you!