Thursday, March 15, 2012

New Site and New Blog!

Hello lovelies!

I've started a new blog on my new site. Please come visit me at The Coco Witch!


Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Where have I been????

Yes, it's true. I've been a bad, bad blogger on this site. But Priestess work came in droves just after my last post and I've been working as a Chaplain at Occupy Wall Street.

Please check out a piece I wrote (with Mary Caliendo) for The Wild Hunt.

Also, this one!

I'm currently in the process of building a new blog/website which will combine both my work in the Craft and Tarot worlds. I feel that "A Girl Called Woo" has run its course and it's time for something fresh. I will post the link when I feel it's ready for exposure!

Meanwhile, a blessed 2012 to all of you! It's going to be a fabulous adventure....


Monday, September 5, 2011

TAROT FOR VERMONT! Get a reading and help good people get back on their feet.

In years past, when I wasn't able to drive to New Orleans or Texas or discover a cure for cancer, I read Tarot. In the aftermath of Katrina, in the shadow of a friend's divorce, or in the throws of a classmate's battle with the Big C, I read cards and gave the money to the causes or bank accounts set up for them. I'm doing it again. As I mentioned in my last post, my friends in Vermont were devastated by Hurricane Irene. Tarot has been the one thing I've consistently been able to do to help when I'm not medically or legally trained and indefinitely car-less. But for the month of September, I can help by donating my Tarot proceeds to the Bethel Relief Fund.

Pricing is as follows!

Phone and Skype readings:
15 mins--$30
30 mins--$45
60 mins--$60

Email readings are available, too! $20 per question, answered via email within 48 hours.

Contact me at for scheduling!


Thursday, September 1, 2011

Before the catch up, Vermont needs our help

I have a long tale of East and West coast adventures and misadventures--but before storytime comes work. Our friends in Vermont need our help. Communities are coming together up there to shovel mud out of the homes of strangers and put back together an infrastructure decimated by Hurricane Irene.

Please donate what you can to this grassroots, Pagan-led work force trying to put their immediate community back together:

Maybe Mother Nature will give us enough time between natural disasters so that I can regal you with crazy-ass tales!!!


Friday, August 12, 2011

Popping in!!!

A whirlwind of weeks...:) Janet and Gavin came to town and we raised a hell of a fab time up at Palaia Vineyards in Highland Mills, NY. A full week at Craftwise and Summerfest at Brushwood. Several of us then went to to Laurelin Center and tonight, I'm taking the decadent choice of the Super Shuttle Van instead of the Subway/NJ Transit route to Newark Airport and flying BYE-BYE-VROOM!!! to OR/WA/CA for the Left Coast Tour!

Tuesday, August 16th at Celestial Awakenings in Vancouver, WA: Voice of the Tarot!

Thursday, August 18th at Deforest House in Portland, OR:

Wednesday, August 24-Thursday, August 25: Two classes ("Voice of the Tarot" and "Circle Casting for Personal and Group Magick") and available for readings at Sacred Mists!

Saturday, August 27-Sunday, August 28: I will be presenting at BATS!

I look forward to decompressing and sharing the fantastic stories...but I will also be trying to see family and old friends while out West, so please look for more updates when I return!!!


Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Festival brain.....

Back from Brushwood. :) In body, anyway. My head is still floating up in Sherman, NY somewhere, but I'm sure it will drift back in sooner or later.

Back to Patrick McCollum Take a few minutes to get caught up on the lawsuit and his own thoughts about it. Can't get too comfortable in festival land....we may be surrounded by hundreds of gorgeous Pagans at any one of these sites, but as a whole--we still have a long way to go.

So.....back to being public and making noise in a good way!

At Brushwood we raised a bunch of money for the Cornwall, NY SPCA during a Donkey Parade. Janet brought me a stuffed donkey as a birthday present, which she pinned to the front of my dress. We walked around the camp, drumming and shaking our change cups tell people they could "Kiss Courtney's Ass" for a dollar. $114 wracked up pretty quickly. See? We can still be freaky-deak Pagans and give to a good cause.

And if anyone should have found my brain up in Brushwood, please drop it off at my office, immediately. My co-workers thank you.

Friday, July 8, 2011

Patrick McCollum Lawsuit

I'm running away to see my man in a few minutes and don't yet have the thought-streams to make an intelligible blog post. (Coven threw me a surprise birthday party last night and I'm still a little foggy. :) )

But you will want to read the ruling in the Patrick McCollum case. Stay informed. It's important for all of us.