Davan wrote::warm: Greetings and Blessings, All! I am Davan (aka Morgaine), a 37 year old native of the Pacific Northwest region of North America. I am looking forward to meeting you all, and as a lifetime solo practitioner, am really honoured to have stepped in this place in cyberspace.
My name is Martha and I live in Dallas, Texas. I am 56 years old and I am just starting the Bardic grade and I am excited about this new path. I am looking forward to getting to know this community through the various message boards. Please don't invite me to find a place by the fire because here in Dallas it is 102 degrees F in the shade and that is HOT! Give me a place by the fan and a drink with lots and lots of ice, and I'll be your friend forever!
Ríaghan wrote:Hello everyone!
My name is Ryan and I'm from Alberta, Canada.
I have just joined the order recently and looking forward to learning from and becoming a part of what appears to be a great community.
Thank you all,
moonglow wrote:Hi, My name is Angie and I have just started the OBOD course at the Bardic grade. I am 53, married with 2 grown daughters. I am disabled so cannot get around too much these days but we live in Cornwall near to The Hurlers so we can visit these sacred circles whenever we want which is a real blessing. I am looking forward to joining in discussions and learning from all you out there!
Cheetah wrote:Hello all .. My Name is Curtis, I decided to join after my Mum gave me the introductory Gwers,
My Mum is Dhubh (alijay) . After listening to her going on about it,
I decided it sounded the right thing to do, So here i am!
Iam 18, a student just moved back home to Blackpool Lancashire after being away for 2 years at college.
Look forward to meeting and chatting to you all !
dragonfly9 wrote:Warm greetings all, I look forward to learning, sharing and chatting with you all.
Whilst not new to Druidry per se, I am new to this site, and cannot wait to get started on the Bardic Course to at last place together all my experiences and learnings to date, along with much that I still have to learn on lifes journey and more.
I have thoroughly enjoyed Gwers 1 and 2, and seem to keep finding myself thinking, 'hang on that makes sense' or 'hang on I do that'. Scary, exciting, a feeling that this is where I belong and I don't like cliches, but a feeling of at last coming home to where I should be or have been before. Anyone else had that feeling?
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