I adore this time of year. The light in the sky is amazing, the colours of autumn in their full glory, the smell of woodsmoke on the wind. Everything is turning, everything is changing, every day is so very different to the one before.
We just had our first weekend of getting together with the Year 1 apprentices from Druid College UK (all eighteen of them!) and once again we are truly blessed with a wonderful group. I am very much looking forward to working with them, as we move through the realm of the Land during the autumn and winter months.
Work is still in full swing for my eighth book, with Llewellyn Worldwide (working title “Hedge Druid – Beyond the Hedgerow”. I’ve gone and worked so hard that I’ve given myself RSI these last couple of weeks, so that’s why it’s been a bit quiet on here. I’m slowly getting back to the computer and keyboard, but must be more careful.
In the meantime, I’ve gotten out my camera, and today got the photos on the hard drive. THIS is why I love October…