Month: June 2019

Mythology Monday: The Judgement Of Paris

It’s Monday, which means that it’s time to talk about mythology. This week, I shall tell you the tale of the Judgement of Paris, aka How The Trojan War Got Started.


Mythology Monday: How Cú Chulainn Got His Name

It’s that time of week again, and this week we’re going to take a look at a bit of Irish mythology. Specifically, I’m going to be talking about one of Ireland’s most well known cultural heroes, Cú Chulainn. More specifically, I’m going to be talking about how he came to be called Cu Chulainn in the first place.

Also, Cú Chulainn is not pronounced the way you think it is. Nothing in Irish is pronounced the way you think it is.


Tiers, and the changing thereof

Hello, friends!

You may have noticed that I’ve changed the tiers on my Patreon a little bit. I wasn’t particularly fond of the $5 tier, since nothing in it seemed all that great. With that, I decided to make post suggestions open to all patrons (well, all readers of the blog, really, but patrons get shot up to the front of the list). I also decided to offer a tangible reward for the second tier. Basically, that reward is that I will knit or crochet an item and send it to patrons who give $10/post or more. These would be smaller items, such as a hat, scarf, wrist warmers, or washcloths. Bigger items, such as blankets, would be a bit prohibitive in both cost of materials and shipping, unless it’s a small blanket for a baby or pet.

I’m thinking that this change makes things a little bit clearer, and would offer supporters a more tangible reward for their support.

Thanks, guys!