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Introduction from the Bayou
« on: August 18, 2020, 11:26:10 am »
Hi!  I'm Cypress and I'm from the Deep South USA.  I'm a Virgo and am nearing 30.  I started on my path about 15 years ago with Wicca, which turned into a more relaxed Pagan path. 

I'm a nature nut and my property backs up to a 25,000 acre wildlife reserve!  While I work a standard 9-5 desk job, my true passion is nature and wildlife.  I rehabilitate wildlife, work with exotic animals, and participate in as many nature related projects as I can.  I feel more relaxed during the Spring and Summer seasons due to Daylight Savings time - the sunlight fuels me for sure!  I tend to fall into a depression during Fall and Winter due to the longer nights and shorter days. 

I initially found this forum while seeking guidance for a particularly strange situation I've found myself in regarding the more paranormal and supernatural side of things.  I look forward to meeting like-minded people and learning as much as I can from this wonderful place!

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Re: Introduction from the Bayou
« Reply #1 on: August 18, 2020, 01:50:18 pm »
Hi!  I'm Cypress and I'm from the Deep South USA.  I'm a Virgo and am nearing 30.  I started on my path about 15 years ago with Wicca, which turned into a more relaxed Pagan path. 

Welcome to TC, Cypress! 
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But once you learn your answers, you can never unlearn them."
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Re: Introduction from the Bayou
« Reply #2 on: August 18, 2020, 08:00:18 pm »
Hi!  I'm Cypress and I'm from the Deep South USA.  I'm a Virgo and am nearing 30.  I started on my path about 15 years ago with Wicca, which turned into a more relaxed Pagan path. 

I'm a nature nut and my property backs up to a 25,000 acre wildlife reserve!  While I work a standard 9-5 desk job, my true passion is nature and wildlife.  I rehabilitate wildlife, work with exotic animals, and participate in as many nature related projects as I can.  I feel more relaxed during the Spring and Summer seasons due to Daylight Savings time - the sunlight fuels me for sure!  I tend to fall into a depression during Fall and Winter due to the longer nights and shorter days. 

I initially found this forum while seeking guidance for a particularly strange situation I've found myself in regarding the more paranormal and supernatural side of things.  I look forward to meeting like-minded people and learning as much as I can from this wonderful place!

Welcome Cypress!
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Re: Introduction from the Bayou
« Reply #3 on: August 20, 2020, 03:31:19 pm »
I'm a nature nut and my property backs up to a 25,000 acre wildlife reserve!

I am so jealous. That has to be fantastic!! Welcome :)

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Re: Introduction from the Bayou
« Reply #4 on: August 20, 2020, 04:27:21 pm »
I'm a nature nut and my property backs up to a 25,000 acre wildlife reserve!  While I work a standard 9-5 desk job, my true passion is nature and wildlife.

Hi, and welcome - I'm jealous of your property location, too, and I also work a 9-5 desk job but have a passion for nature, so we have that in common.   :)
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Re: Introduction from the Bayou
« Reply #5 on: August 20, 2020, 08:30:30 pm »
Hi!  I'm Cypress and I'm from the Deep South USA.  I'm a Virgo and am nearing 30.  I started on my path about 15 years ago with Wicca, which turned into a more relaxed Pagan path. 

I'm a nature nut and my property backs up to a 25,000 acre wildlife reserve!  While I work a standard 9-5 desk job, my true passion is nature and wildlife.  I rehabilitate wildlife, work with exotic animals, and participate in as many nature related projects as I can.  I feel more relaxed during the Spring and Summer seasons due to Daylight Savings time - the sunlight fuels me for sure!  I tend to fall into a depression during Fall and Winter due to the longer nights and shorter days. 

I initially found this forum while seeking guidance for a particularly strange situation I've found myself in regarding the more paranormal and supernatural side of things.  I look forward to meeting like-minded people and learning as much as I can from this wonderful place!

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Re: Introduction from the Bayou
« Reply #6 on: August 20, 2020, 09:28:15 pm »
Hi!  I'm Cypress and I'm from the Deep South USA.  I'm a Virgo and am nearing 30.  I started on my path about 15 years ago with Wicca, which turned into a more relaxed Pagan path. 

I'm a nature nut and my property backs up to a 25,000 acre wildlife reserve!  While I work a standard 9-5 desk job, my true passion is nature and wildlife.  I rehabilitate wildlife, work with exotic animals, and participate in as many nature related projects as I can.  I feel more relaxed during the Spring and Summer seasons due to Daylight Savings time - the sunlight fuels me for sure!  I tend to fall into a depression during Fall and Winter due to the longer nights and shorter days. 


I echo Aveya and Pickle's envy about your property! Like you, I thrive in the long days of summer, and enter a mild, depression-like melancholy for most of winter. May we both weather the coming change of seasons with a minimum of misery.

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