It’s been over a year since we started working on our Ovate Grade Journey.
And pretty quickly we realized that the Ovate work is a vast landscape and the trail through the forest is only a suggestion. So I chose to take a drastic turn off the path, knowing it would take me into deep forest, and make my journey a lot longer…but what comes is what I need…I’ve always been good at taking the long way to something.
During the Bardic grade, learning about what Bards to, I became fascinated with myths, folk tales, and what that means for an American. We do have some unique myths, but many if not most are informed by all of the cultures that have melted into the great American Melange.
And I have continued working on my Continue reading “Bushwhacking Through the Ovate Forest”