Queen of Swords (qos) wrote,
Queen of Swords

NO, Not *That* Wolf

The day I moved into the new apartment I was a Bad Priestess and didn't start by setting up my household altar. That night, however, I found it was impossible to actually go to bed without re-establishing my three primary altars: household altar, Ereshkigal altar, marriage altar.

Because most of stuff was in boxes, the initial household altar consisted of my Tiwaz figure and the libation bowl of vodka. As my boxes were unpacked, I added the carved wooden bear (family totem) and a ceramic figure of a woman wearing a skirt of stars with her arms upraised. But they were all crowded on the end of my fireplace mantle, obviously not something that should continue.

Today, during a several hour unpacking session, I realized that the perfect location for the new household altar was on the shelf of the tv stand. (Trust me, it works better than it sounds.) I placed everything where it was supposed to go, but was frustrated to find that the big wolf statue wouldn't fit the new space.

I called Wolfling and asked her input and opinion, since it's her household too. She said, "It needs a wolf figure." I agreed, but neither of us could find something small. I did, however, find a sweet little stuffed wolf that usually sits on my dresser. Grinning mischievously, I set it on the altar next to Tiwaz.

The response I got wasn't a growl, per se -- just an implacable NO from Lohain.

Really? I poked, teasing.


Okay, okay. . . I'll take it off.

The little stuffed wolf went back to my dresser, but so far Wolfling and I have not been able to find something appropriate. A shopping trip may be in order. I'm sure he'll let me know when I find something he approves of.

It probably doesn't translate all that well here, but I found it very amusing. . . .
Tags: lohain, spiritual path, wolves
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