I have the best Wicked Darlings anyone could wish for. Yep, I do. And I’m very thankful for that.
Many of you have noticed—and pointed out—that Pagan Culture’s layout has been changing: items disappearing from the sidebar, minor font changes, and so on… Well, there are reasons for that.
About a week ago, Wicked Darlings started to email me to say that they stopped getting my blog updates. I changed a thing here and there (Blogger tends to recover its working order when someone pokes around its innards), but my poking didn’t help. I changed the blog name from Pagan Culture to Pagan Culture: Magaly Guerrero’s Blog. Hey! You never know… that didn’t work either.
A few days after the updates began to say bye-bye, more Wicked Darlings sent messages via email and contact form to say that they couldn’t comment. They tried a few times, but their insights were gobbled up by the Goblins that inhabit the deepest pits of Blogger limbo.
I kind of know what the problem is. I’ve messed with my layout and background so much in the last four years that things got messy. So I’m going to pick a Blogger layout and tweak and play with it until it looks Magalycious.
This kind of work can be a tad tedious (and annoying to look at). But I’ll listen to His Dark Materials by Phillip Pullman while I do it, so all will be well. That man can write and READ!
I wanted you to have something fun to do, too, while the work was getting done. And with All Hallow’s Eve only three months away, I figured that a giveaway celebrating the approach of the witchy holiday would be just the thing. So… here is what you can win:
a Witch Hat Fascinator – Tiger Lily – by Eliora
This is all you need to do for a chance to bring Eliora’s Witch Hat Fascinator home:
*Leave a comment describing what you love most about All Hallow’s Eve, Samhain, Halloween…
For extra entries (One extra entry each - please leave separate comments):
1. Visit Eliora and come back to tell me about your favorite item, and why you liked it.
2. Tell me which Pagan Culture post is your favorite, and why.
3. Fly over to the Samhain’s Sirens Page and say something creepylicious to the Sirens.
* On a kind of sad (but very hopeful) note, the Samhain’s Sirens blog have a brand new page. We lost all of our former um… Facebook “likers”? So I would be a very happy witchy Siren, if my Wicked Darlings considered following the new page. And by all means, spread the word. The world should be allowed to enjoy this deliciously creepy banner ;-)