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From yesterday:<br />i made an offering of marjoram buds and rosepetals from my own garden, and burned cedar and cherokee fruit because that's what i felt needed burning, blessed the four corners and myself and my household (1) and took "Goddess Guide Me" (2) out into the sun to see what the universe wants me to know on this special day of fire and sunlight.<br /><br />today's pagan reading brought to you by the numbers 11, 7, and 5!<br />i got Atlantea, Tai Yuan, and Freya (who i find most appropriate today, and whose picture in the book has a cat who looks like mine) = Think Freely, Feel Complete and Take The Lead.<br /><br />thus the goddess guided me, and thus i'll figure out what it means when i get off work and have time to do my full-on pagan-geeking.<br /><br /><br /><br />1. outside only, cuz hayden's allergic to incense and everyone's still sleeping<br />2. i like this oracle because it has pretty pictures and depends on three d20s, which unites my paganism with my geekdom and makes me happy<br /><br /><br />from today:<br /><a href="http://mysterymanonfilm.blogspot.com/2008/05/50-flaws-of-indy-iv.html" rel="nofollow">50 things wrong with indy 4! and, really, if not all of them were in my confused little post, most of them were...</a><br /><br />more from hijinks (and probably more after that, too, unyil i catch up to current) "I’d like to point out that the word “<b>Baconator</b>” is derived from the word “<b>Terminator</b>.”As in the robot sent from the future to kill John Connor and lead theRepublicans of California. Think about what that implies regarding thesandwich in question"<br /><br />i have to leave for work early today-- my tire is flat on my bike again, and i don't have the time or the knowhow to change a back tire, plus, i'm not entirely sure i still have a spare innertube. so it waits.<br /><br />i seem to be lacking in motivation. in everything.<br /><br /><br />1. The Road , Cormac McCarthy (2006)<br />2. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, J.K. Rowling (2000)<br />3. Beloved, Toni Morrison (1987)<br />4. The Liars' Club, Mary Karr (1995)<br />5. American Pastoral, Philip Roth (1997)<br />6. Mystic River, Dennis Lehane (2001)<br />7. Maus, Art Spiegelman (1986/1991)<br />8. Selected Stories, Alice Munro (1996)<br />9. Cold Mountain, Charles Frazier (1997)<br />10. The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle, Haruki Murakami (1997)<br />11. Into Thin Air, Jon Krakauer (1997)<br />12. Blindness, José Saramago (1998)<br />13. Watchmen, Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons (1986-87)<br />14. Black Water, Joyce Carol Oates (1992)<br />15. A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius, Dave Eggers (2000)<br />16. The Handmaid's Tale, Margaret Atwood (1986)<br />17. Love in the Time of Cholera, Gabriel García Márquez (1988)<br />18. Rabbit at Rest, John Updike (1990)<br />19. On Beauty, Zadie Smith (2005)<br />20. Bridget Jones's Diary, Helen Fielding (1998)<br />21. On Writing, Stephen King (2000)<br />22. The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao, Junot Díaz (2007)<br />23. The Ghost Road, Pat Barker (1996)<br />24. Lonesome Dove, Larry McMurtry (1985)<br />25. The Joy Luck Club, Amy Tan (1989)<br />26. Neuromancer, William Gibson (1984)<br />27. Possession, A.S. Byatt (1990)<br />28. Naked, David Sedaris (1997)<br />29. Bel Canto, Anne Patchett (2001)<br />30. Case Histories, Kate Atkinson (2004)<br />31. The Things They Carried, Tim O'Brien (1990)<br />32. Parting the Waters, Taylor Branch (1988)<br />33. The Year of Magical Thinking, Joan Didion (2005)<br />34. The Lovely Bones, Alice Sebold (2002)<br />35. The Line of Beauty, Alan Hollinghurst (2004)<br />36. Angela's Ashes, Frank McCourt (1996)<br />37. Persepolis, Marjane Satrapi (2003)<br />38. Birds of America, Lorrie Moore (1998)<br />39. Interpreter of Maladies, Jhumpa Lahiri (2000)<br />40. His Dark Materials, Philip Pullman (1995-2000)<br />41. The House on Mango Street, Sandra Cisneros (1984)<br />42. LaBrava, Elmore Leonard (1983)<br />43. Borrowed Time, Paul Monette (1988)<br />44. Praying for Sheetrock, Melissa Fay Greene (1991)<br />45. Eva Luna, Isabel Allende (1988)<br />46. Sandman, Neil Gaiman (1988-1996)<br />47. World's Fair, E.L. Doctorow (1985)<br />48. The Poisonwood Bible, Barbara Kingsolver (1998)<br />49. Clockers, Richard Price (1992)<br />50. The Corrections, Jonathan Franzen (2001)<br />51. The Journalist and the Murderer, Janet Malcom (1990)<br />52. Waiting to Exhale, Terry McMillan (1992)<br />53. The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay, Michael Chabon (2000)<br />54. Jimmy Corrigan, Chris Ware (2000)<br />55. The Glass Castle, Jeannette Walls (2006)<br />56. The Night Manager, John le Carré (1993)<br />57. The Bonfire of the Vanities, Tom Wolfe (1987)<br />58. Drop City, TC Boyle (2003)<br />59. Krik? Krak! Edwidge Danticat (1995)<br />60. Nickel & Dimed, Barbara Ehrenreich (2001)<br />61. Money, Martin Amis (1985)<br />62. Last Train To Memphis, Peter Guralnick (1994)<br />63. Pastoralia, George Saunders (2000)<br />64. Underworld, Don DeLillo (1997)<br />65. The Giver, Lois Lowry (1993)<br />66. A Supposedly Fun Thing I’ll Never Do Again, David Foster Wallace (1997)<br />67. The Kite Runner, Khaled Hosseini (2003)<br />68. Fun Home, Alison Bechdel (2006)<br />69. Secret History, Donna Tartt (1992)<br />70. Cloud Atlas, David Mitchell (2004)<br />71. The Spirit Catches You and You Fall Down, Ann Fadiman (1997)<br />72. The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, Mark Haddon (2003)<br />73. A Prayer for Owen Meany, John Irving (1989)<br />74. Friday Night Lights, H.G. Bissinger (1990)<br />75. Cathedral, Raymond Carver (1983)<br />76. A Sight for Sore Eyes, Ruth Rendell (1998)<br />77. The Remains of the Day, Kazuo Ishiguro (1989)<br />78. Eat, Pray, Love, Elizabeth Gilbert (2006)<br />79. The Tipping Point, Malcolm Gladwell (2000)<br />80. Bright Lights, Big City, Jay McInerney (1984)<br />81. Backlash, Susan Faludi (1991)<br />82. Atonement, Ian McEwan (2002)<br />83. The Stone Diaries, Carol Shields (1994)<br />84. Holes, Louis Sachar (1998)<br />85. Gilead, Marilynne Robinson (2004)<br />86. And the Band Played On, Randy Shilts (1987)<br />87. The Ruins, Scott Smith (2006)<br />88. High Fidelity, Nick Hornby (1995)<br />89. Close Range, Annie Proulx (1999)<br />90. Comfort Me With Apples, Ruth Reichl (2001)<br />91. Random Family, Adrian Nicole LeBlanc (2003)<br />92. Presumed Innocent, Scott Turow (1987)<br />93. A Thousand Acres, Jane Smiley (1991)<br />94. Fast Food Nation, Eric Schlosser (2001)<br />95. Kaaterskill Falls, Allegra Goodman (1998)<br />96. The Da Vinci Code, Dan Brown (2003)<br />97. Jesus’ Son, Denis Johnson (1992)<br />98. The Predators' Ball, Connie Bruck (1988)<br />99. Practical Magic, Alice Hoffman (1995)<br />100. America (the Book), Jon Stewart/Daily Show (2004)http://heathencorp.livejournal.com/483559.htmlreadings100 greatest booksoraclessabbatspaganismpublic0