Source. I’ve a small group of drafts I wanted to also share here dealing with head covering.
Have some goats.
- Relax I’ve goat this t-shirt – $20
- Adjustable ring – $10
- Goats are girl’s best friend mug – $16
- Wooden goat candle holder – $29
- Goat cookie cutter – $6
- Silver goat necklace – $12
- Tiny goat necklace – $30
- Goat hat for adults – $45
- Tiny goat earrings – $37
- Plush goat pillow – $20
(Source.) While the description mentions Loki, I have a distinctly Jormundgand feel about this.
I was prompted to return to daily and weekly prayers post-Burning, but I admittedly didn’t get very far before updates started happening. All but the last stanza of Sunna-Rise by Michaela Macha was asked for on a weekly morning basis, while the refrain and dusk stanzas from The Four Adorations by Sophie Reicher was asked for on a weekly evening basis (both on Sundays). On a daily basis, I was asked to return to the “Sunna Prayer Cycle for the Day” by Raven Kaldera that I started out with for Sunna*.
Going forward, I don’t have much in terms of actual requests in order to indirectly honor Sunna because Her previous requests have sort of been filtered away to other People – observing Årsväntan ((may appear without accents here)) and building a yoga practice (no way a solar deity is going to pass up the Sun Salutation).
From what I can tell, it doesn’t seem like She minds sharing or passing off requests because She’s the sun. Anytime I’m in the sun or taking my vitamin D supplement, I’m indirectly honoring Her. She also has the latent energy of Her tag here, on tumblr, and on the Vanic shrine.
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(*) When I first copied “Sunna Prayer Cycle for the Day” down (2013), it was listed online, but it’s been removed because it’s now in a devotional book, Candles in the Cave: Northern Tradition Paganism for Prisoners compiled by Raven Kaldera.