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Remember, O Thou Man

Announcing Remember, O Thou Man 2023 (+ a few other things)

How is it already almost Lent again. Ahem. I assume a lot of you know the drill already, but in case you don’t, allow me to explain. And elaborate. And bring out new graphics. And ramble about some unrelated stuff. Tallyho! Lent is a Formidably Neat Thing So Lent, of course, is the period of […]

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I Hath Been Tagged–the Sunshine Blogger Award

Tallyhi friends! This coming to you from my living room, on a very cold day, with impending winter storm outside, and (appropriately) the snowed-in episode of Alive From Whispering Pines running in the background. I have coffee and my comfy hoody and I am ready to answer some entertaining tag questions, courtesy of my dear […]

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folk music

Fan Folktion: High Tragedy–feat. one of the saddest songs I know and some reflections on original sin therein

Good morrow, my merry friends. I hope all are well! ^don’t ask me why the super antiquated greeting. I have no rhyme or reason and that’s just the way it is. Okay so I’ve been promising you guys a fan folktion for a few weeks now. Here we have it. Without further ado, then, let […]

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Literary

Farewell to the Liturgical Season of Christmas–macabre Victorian style

Okay, I am well aware that this post may have been far more apropos earlier on. But I didn’t think of it till now and I didn’t want to wait another year to do it because I really want to share these with you guys. But also Christmas is not quite over, liturgically speaking (it […]

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It’s Been A Year–Goodbye 2022, feat. some laughing over music and musing over life

Hullo hullo my friends! I hope you’re well! In important news (that you already know), it is now 2023. Like. How. Just what. *shakes self* Anyhow. I thought it’d be fun to do a bit of a wrap-up, of varying topics. Most notably music and generally life things. Tallyho! Music of the Year–Feat. Disclaimers That […]

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Writing

Winter–A Meditative Sketch

Merry Christmas, yis’ beauts! I hope you and your loved ones have thusfar had and will continue to have a glorious and blessed Christmas season. Also, happy feast of Saint Stephen! I come today, as promised, with the last of the four seasons ‘Meditative Sketches.’ I think it’s also the shortest by far. I feel […]

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folk music Literary

Liturgical Season Vs. Seasons in General–feat. a handful of folk songs, some rambling about Ember Days, and a rant about the secular perception of Christmas

Okay, this is gonna be what the kids might call a ‘smol’ post, guys. Because I simply don’t have time for more. But I really wanted to talk about this. So here I am talking about it. Um…that’s the intro. Tallyho. Disclaimer: a lot of this will be kinda meaningless to my non-Northern Hemisphere friends, […]

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folk music Literary Writing

‘There’s More to Life Than Pretty Things’–General Updates and Rambles, feat. new discoveries and old enthusiasms

Tallyhi my friends! So WordPress has this annoying new feature called ‘prompts’, and today when I tried to type something it suggested I answer the question ‘what is one thing you would change about yourself?’ I don’t really intend to answer that question, but knowing how very rambling and random this type of post tends […]

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Literary

Some Advent Meditations–as sketched out by the hand of the Artist in those surrounding me

Hey friends! I’m sorry I was absent this week. It was more or less intentional. I’ve been working really hard, and socializing really hard (cuz holidays), and I’ve been kinda sick on top of it, so I decided to let blogging go in order to catch up on writing posts in a leisurely fashion, and […]

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folk music

Folk for all folks 2 (aka, So Folk Music Isn’t Your Genre?)–feat. Grim losing her mind attempting to comprehend emo music

Tallyhi everybody! Finally, after months of saying I was going to do it, it’s here. Back by maybe sort of popular demand (insofar as there is populace, the populace seems to wants this), we have folk music recommendations by other genres. ‘Folk for all folks’, as I have termed it. If you don’t understand what […]