[Side note #1: I can’t believe that I’ve made it through the month of April with this challenge! Wheee!!!! I hope y’all had an interesting time reading my posts. Once tomorrow rolls around I might not be so punctual…well, at least for the next couple of days. Anyway, onto the regularly scheduled post.]
[Side note #2: Oh, hey, I just realized that it’s Thursday. Okay, I can deal.]
Have I ever told y’all about my deep, deep love for mythology?
By the way, Zeus was just an entry point. Mythology is the topic for today.
[Side note #3: Why yes, I know I am three days late. I don’t care. I needed the break and I was going to get it now.]
Mythology captured my imagination while I was a sophomore in high school. My English teacher assigned Edith Hamilton’s Mythology and I was a goner, which is good because that’s all I remember from Mrs. H’s class that year. From Greek and Roman mythology I branched into Norse, Asian, Native American, Indian, and Australian Aboriginal mythology. All hugely fascinating to me.
But when I met my husband I discovered that he was an even bigger nerd than I am regarding mythology.
Here’s some of my favorites:
- Adnoartina, really anything regarding Uluru will have me pricking up my ears.
- Cupid and Psyche
- Loki and Sigyn
I could go on, but I still have another post to write and then I’ll be caught up.