Ahh, smells like a new Gregorian calendar year, and with it, another round of the Pagan Blog Project!
Though I started participating in the Project in 2012 and only got halfway through before petering out, in 2013 I successfully completed all 52 posts… even if not all of them were on time, and many were backdated to appear in order on this blog. I still consider it a feat of consistency, and I will be pressing forward into 2014 with the same Friday posting schedule. As before, I will stick to topics that interest me, are relevant to my interests, and/or are not “paganism 101” posts—if I get stumped, expect some freeform poetry or prayers in lieu of a thoughtful essay-entry. :) Of course, I’m also still participating in the Kemetic Round Table, which posts once a month, and I’ll continue posting random things every Wednesday in addition to the PBP Fridays.
For those who prefer a Kemetic theme to their Pagan Blog Project graphics, I created the two banners below from my own photographs of my shrine to Sekhmet. You are welcome to use them if you’d like! One’s sized for your sidebar, one’s for the bottom (or top) of your PBP posts.
Here’s to a new year of Kemetic bloggery! *toasts*