The Ojibwe would wait until winter to share their stories and legends with others. There was work to be done in the other months, but during the winter there was more time to sit by the fire and entertain the children or teach these old lessons. On top of that, the winter is the season when Mother Earth and other spirits are resting, but the stories.. the stories come alive.
I feel I’ve done pretty well so far with this blog and these characters, however, they’re energy isn’t as strong as it had been and my own confidence is starting to fade. That doesn’t mean I’m going away, though. Not forever at least.
I need to give these muses a break and a rest, and I’m going to wait until winter when I can actually talk about these old stories with others and get more information and hopefully develop my versions of them more over the winter months! There may be major or minor changes made when I return, depending on what I learn.
Mutuals are more than welcome to ask for my discord and/or skype if you’d like to keep in contact. I’d be up for RPing off tumblr, since that doesn’t really take too much energy. You can also ask what other blogs I’m hanging out on!
Nanabozho and the others on this blog will return!