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Thirty Days of Thanksgiving: My Belated Day 2

I am getting caught up on something I’ve been wanting to do for ages, which is a 30 Days of Thanksgiving practice for the month of November.

So here is Day Two, posted a wee bit late, as will be Day Three, coming up next!

Day Two would have been last Friday, when I was spending a very busy (okay, completely booked!) day giving readings at our local metaphysical book store, Dancing Moon Books and Gifts, in Raleigh.

So I give thanks with all my heart to the wonderful folks at Dancing Moon!

Not only have they generously believed in and supported my work for many years, but more importantly, they have believed in being a community center for spiritual people and seekers of every stripe.

Cherry Lea and Bev Bockover have dedicated their lives (and all their resources!) to keeping this beacon of light shining in times both dark and bright.  For 21 years, they have endured the ups and downs of the economy, the behemoths of Amazon and the huge chains, and still manage to provide a beautiful, welcoming space for all.  Smack dab in the middle of Bible Belt North Carolina, I might add.

They are adamant about the excellence of their staff as well. In my opinion, they currently have the friendliest, most talented support team they have ever had. Gifted healers, artists, and guides in their own right, Dianna, Brianna, and George are superbly knowledgeable and ensure that Dancing Moon can offer the highest level of integrity and service in the Triangle.

Offering well-vetted readers, books, classes, author visits, special events, and a huge array of magical, healing, and energetic items for all paths, Dancing Moon is one of the largest independent metaphysical/New Age shops in the Southeast.  And most definitely one of the very best.

So I give thanks for you — for your service and your unwavering support of alternative and minority spiritual practices. And for your very kind and generous friendship these many years. Blessed be, y’all!

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