September Dispatches

Welcome for September:

September means back to school. I hated school—especially once junior high began and Poppy decided to continue her formal education in the Wanderlore Grove instead of in Cratersville with me. This is why, starting in the 7th grade, I designated the first day of school as Lemons and Rainbows Day. School may have sucked without Poppy, but I still tried my best to smile.

September is also time for the Harvest Festival, which is one of the four seasonal events celebrated by Cratersvillians and Wanderlores alike. Poppy and I liked to wander the fairgrounds eating candied apples, going on hayrides and scaring the crap out of people by animating the scarecrows—I still do.

The Wanderlores also celebrate their own autumnal festival in the Wanderlore Grove during September-October. This one is more formal than the one in Cratersville and is linked to the new moon.

On the first day of this week-long event, I make my annual pilgrimage to the nearest creek in the Wanderlore Grove where I toss bread crumbs into the swiftly flowing water at my feet.  These bread crumbs represent the tears, disappointments and bad events that had visited me the previous year—the memories, of which, I don’t wish to keep.

After my annual tossing of memories, I’m ready to look to the year ahead.

Birthday Dispatch for September:

FALLtastic Birthday – Birthday Wishes for September

Wanderlores New Year:

Dancing with Time – Jelly Dispatch

Wanderlores New Year – Jelly and Poppy Scene

Wheel of Life – Jelly Dispatch

Stories – We’re All Born into One:

Stories – Jelly Dispatch

Changing Society’s Decorum:

Houses – Jelly Dispatch

Navigating the Decorum of Others:

Strangers in a Strange Land – Jelly Dispatch

Letting Curiosity Be Your Guide:

Explorer – Jelly Dispatch

Finding Your True Voice:

Sing the Song – Jelly Short Musing

ReWilding Your Soul:

Chaos Theory – Tessla Dispatch

Cosmology of the Realms:

The Wanderlores – Jelly Dispatch

Bard Cycle – The Cyclical Nature of the Magic

Dispatches from Tessla – Keeper of the Portal:

Why I Keep the Portal – Tessla Dispatch