The City Witch

Cauldron and Brew: A Witch's Blog

Some people, myself included, are not built for country life.  I love the cultural stimulation of living near museums, concerts, and lectures.  Parks give plenty of access to nature, plus nothing save a couple of clouds can prevent access to the Moon.  As a vegetarian my food choices are expanded beyond the pasta option.  Plus, living in a neighborhood with a lot of students presents new opportunities to hang out with people my age.  The only thing I dislike about living in the city is I can’t garden because I live in an apartment, but to compensate I am actively looking for a community garden.

Living in an urban environment does not negate my commitment to my faith.  Not only does my location correlate to my university, but I have a wide variety of social, intellectual, and spiritual needs that do not get fulfilled by living in the country. Yes…

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