Assignment #3 Getting to Know me

You are to ask me at least 5 questions you would like to know about me. (If you want to ask more you are welcome to!)

Make sure that before you do this assignment you aren’t asking a question that has already been answered.

If you ask one that has already been answered you will be marked off for it.

If you do ask more than one that is already answered you will be asked to redo this assignment.

1) You mention you like to knit and do crafting. Is sewing included in your definition of crafts? What is the most fun or interesting thing you’ve sewn?

2) Okay, so you like providing the feasts for Imbolic and Yule. What is it about Samhain that makes it a favorite?

3) What is your idea of the perfect vacation?

4) The first time you were asked what you wanted to be when you grew up, when and what was it?

5) Do you like to garden? Veggies? Flowers? Herbs?

Assignmet 2) c) Do you feel welcome? Well do you????? 
  1. You are to join each of the classes in the Welcome Center. (ALL OF THE ANSWERS TO ALL OF THE QUESTIONS IN THIS ASSIGNMENT YOU NEED TO USE THESE ROOMS TO LOCATE!)
  2. What year was The Magical School founded and who founded it?
  3. If you are on 2nd Watch what does this mean?
  4. If an online event starts at 8pm Eastern time, what is the latest you should arrive for it (please give the exact time you should arrive by)? If you do arrive later than what is expected what do you do?
  5. I would like to buy a mug with the school logo on it, where do I go and how much is it?
  6. What do I get if I purchase the Scrying with Pendulums class pack and the Small Travel Altar set?
  7. What is in the Litha 2009 Newsletter?
  8. Choose 2 music videos to watch. Go to the YouTube site and leave feedback on those.
  9. In the CookBook of Shadows add 2 recipes of your choice.
  10. In the resource library add something to 2 of the glossaries of your choice.
  11. Listen to one of the meditations and on the YouTube site leave feedback.


1) I have joined, “How to take a class, School rules, and Other important stuff”, ” The Circle”, “Cookbook of Shadows”, “Gift Shop & Book Store”, “Meditation Center”, “The Music Room”, and “The Resource Center”

2) I must have been dyslexic the day I typed this entry. Magic Circle School was founded in January of 2009 2006, by Colleen Criswell and Kristen Griffin.

3) A student is put on “Second Watch” if they have plagiarized material to complete an assignment. “Second Watch” will also be implemented if the language used in an assignment is insulting, hurtful and/or hostile. It is a fail and the assignment may not be resubmitted. Offenses committed in any other classes will be considered third and fourth transgressions.

4) For an online event that starts at 8pm Eastern time, I need to arrive no later than 5:45pm Mountain time. Should my schedule make me late, I am to quietly join with out any fanfare.

5) To purchase a mug with the “Magical Circle School” logo, you must go to the “Magical Circle Gift Shop” You may then locate drinkware, Listed there you will find two sizes of mugs,, $13.49, and, $14.49. You will also find a stein, for $16.49

6) a)The “Scrying With Pendulums” class pack includes; A pendulum, A pouch for the pendulum, an alter cloth, divination incense, an incense burner, a purple candle, and a candle holder. $35.99 sale $19.95 b) Included with the “Small Travel Alter Set” are; a box, 4 chime holders, white and red chime candles, a small bottle, a small jar, sea salt, all purpose oil, an alter cloth, and a wand. $74.99 sale $39.95

7) A new column “Kitty’s Fur-Baby Shack” is one of the many things found in the “Litha 2009 Newsletter”. You will see a new contest, “June Spell of the Month”, and the winners of the “Mint” contest. Information on several subjects; Rhiannon, Juno and Hera as well as Emeralds. Plus, craft and useful household information; cleaning with lemon, many great recipes, and much much more.

8) a) “Sister Moon”, Why haven’t I found this group before, they’re lovely sounding. I’m amazed I haven’t seen most of the artwork before, very nice.

b) “Pagan Doxology” This was short and sweet. Hymns were one of my favorite parts of the church service. The “Doxology” was sung by my family at holiday dinners instead of “Grace”, every verse.

9) a) “Desserts” chocolat?

b) “Entrees” Lasagnas, Petite

10) a) Caramelized Coffee Cake

b) I added a sigil I made for my sewing business, to the comments on “Sigil Magic Spell”
11) “Pegasus” I’ve never used meditation to do any sort of traveling. This is interesting, and I have wondered a little what it might be like to use it for more than relaxation and pain relief.

Posting to “The Cookbook of Shadows” assignment recipie #1


Chocolate Pound Cake


1/2 tsp baking powder
1/4 tsp baking soda
1/4 tsp salt
1/4 cup unsalted butter, softened
1 cup sugar
1 large egg
1 tsp vanilla extract
1/4 cup plain fat-free yogurt
3/4 cup low-fat buttermilk
2 Tbsp mini semisweet chocolate chips

Cream Cheese Ribbon
3 oz reduced-fat cream cheese, softened
1 Tbsp plain fat-free yogurt
1 Tbsp sugar
1/4 tsp vanilla extract

1 1/4 cups flour
1/3 cup unsweetened cocoa









Preheat oven to 350°F and spray an 8 x 4-inch loaf pan with nonstick spray. Combine cream cheese, yogurt, sugar, and vanilla in a food processor and process until smooth.

Whisk together flour, cocoa, baking powder, baking soda, and salt in a medium bowl. Beat butter and sugar in a large mixer bowl at medium speed until light and fluffy; beat in egg and vanilla. Combine yogurt and buttermilk in a small bowl. Reduce speed to low and add half of flour mixture, beating just to combine. Add yogurt mixture, then finish with remaining flour mixture.

Pour half the batter into prepared pan; dollop with cream cheese mixture and swirl layers together with a knife or wooden skewer. Top with remaining batter and smooth with an offset spatula; sprinkle with chocolate chips. Bake for 55 minutes, until a toothpick inserted in the center comes out clean and cake springs back to the touch. Cool in pan on a wire rack for 10 minutes; carefully remove cake from pan and cool completely on wire rack. Store leftovers in an airtight container in the refrigerator up to 3 days.

Yield – 12 servings
Calories – 205 (per slice)
Carbs – 32

Assignments / ► Posting in the Entrance Exam Forum

Merry Meet From The Intermountain West

I’m happy to meet everyone.

I started this journey after being confirmed Lutheran. While participating in confirmation classes we explored many other religious practices. I realized I had more exploring to do. I was only beginning to find my path leading towards my ancestors (Norwegian & Swedish) Gods. It was a slow process, the library was my only resource. My family and friends were all members of  mainstream religions, and not so supportive of my wanting to become pagan.

I eventually found two people who were helpful, but they too had a lack of resources. I was becoming discouraged, and let my search wane.

In the mean time I got married and had two wonderful daughters. I was laid off from my job of 11+ years at Kmart in February of 2012. It was the kick in the pants I needed, I have started a small sewing business. I haven’t done much yet, but thats okay. I have been rehired PT at Kmart, after a year hiatus. In that time I kind of went crazy on the internet.

Now 26 years later having found a plethora of pagans on the internet, and “Magical Circle School”, I am ready to jump back in with both feet. The witches I’ve found so willing to help, and the internet for research, it no longer feels as daunting as it did in the “70’s.

I am looking forward to so many of the classes here. I can hardly wait to complete “The Entrance Exam”.

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