Well, friends, today is the first of October, which means it’s time for me to acknowledge the existence of this blog for one entire year. The actual year-mark is mid-September, but September is a holy month for me, as it has been for several years now. I definitely had a lot to say, but didn’t have much to say about the blog specifically, last month, but, now that all those special and personal festivals are celebrated and out of the way, I can focus on the party ahead!
But, first thing’s first. I’m retiring from Twitter, so if you happen to be one of the unfortunate people who followed me on Twitter, be advised that I will no longer be posting in that venue. You can always follow the blog directly, if you feel so inclined, otherwise, it’s whateva.
Now, back to business. What should I do to mark the first anniversary of Queen Without A Court? And what to do about my upcoming Womb Emancipation Day? Hmmm… I think I’ll have a another festival! Yay! And you can participate, as well!
From today, until the ninth of October, let’s have a little fun, while honoring our Lord Apollon at the same time.
If you have ever been touched by my writing, or if you have ever received any kind of personal assistance or attention from me in this past year (from October 2011 – October 2012– this especially goes for those of you who’ve received divination), then I ask that you give a little something thoughtful in offering to Apollon. Better still, if you send a picture of said offering, for mine and Apollon’s enjoyment, perhaps I’ll post it to this blog. Nine days for our Lord, as nine is an important number for Apollon, and for me, as well.
I know it’s a bit spur-of-the-moment, but come on, folks! You have nine days until it’s all over, and whatever you choose to give to Lord Apollon doesn’t have to be big or expensive, only thoughtful. I hope a few people will participate, even without pictures. Just show the Prince some gratitude, and I’ll have the best birthday a girl could ever have. ;)
Hail to the Prince, Apollon, Most Splendid Son of our Glorious Father, Zeus!