The Virtual Teahouse (VTH) is a multi-blogger site. The theme is how we engage spirituality. Because this is such an individual practice, the bloggers write about very different topics, and all are welcomed and honored.
If you click on the name of the blogger for a particular post, a new page will open with all their posts on it.
Here is a list of the VTH bloggers with their respective bios, if they’ve posted them.
Michelle Meech ”The time has come,” the walrus said, “to talk of many things. Of shoes and ships and sealing wax, of cabbages and kings, and why the sea is boiling hot and whether pigs have wings.”- from The Walrus and the Carpenter by Lewis Carroll. Identities: Episcopal priest, Enneagram teacher, alchemist-in-training, dancer, tea drinker and music lover.
Pegi Walker ‘The Fog Blog’ Pegi has been a writer since childhood, taught English to adults from all over the globe, just completed a year of Clinical Pastoral Education as a Chaplain resident in San Francisco, and has more questions than answers. Pegi collects stories of faith, hope and transformation and would love to hear yours.
Dances With Loons (Dances WL) Attempting to be present with my addiction to thought thereby letting the ego play with supervision.
Tania Crawford A big part of what I spend my time doing these days is feeding myself. After surviving a food allergy that nearly killed me ten years ago, I’m on a mission to make food my beloved and that requires approaching it with a curiosity about what is right for me. What is right for me on all levels, that is: spiritually, mentally and physically. The ethics I bring to my own table matter greatly and I read and study everything I can about the worlds’ food. I also grow and preserve much of my own foods and my time in the kitchen or the garden is soulful.
Rosemerry Wahtola Trommer Mother, step-mother, wife, poet, walker, bread baker, tree hugger, organic orchardist, yes-sayer, life lover, student of paradox, skate skier, gardener, late-late-night canner, kindergarten classroom volunteer, obsessive picker upper, linguist, singer, poem reader.
Kathryn Ruth Schuth Kathryn Ruth lives and works in South Bend, Indiana, where summer is not taken for granted, and winter might be considered an opportunity to multiply dreams. There’s a day job in architecture, and off-the-clock pursuits in music and writing. Kathryn loves finding the beauty in the broken, the tender in the torn edge, and the joy in the common song. She’d also love to hear from you.
Kate Fitzpatrick Reader, writer, thinker, mother of two under the age of 4. Outdoors is never out of doors enough. Lives and hungers in Central Oregon.
Krayna Castelbaum (Poem of the Month) Poet, therapist, all-round mischief maker. Lives in Central Oregon and is the creative force behind the Poem of the Month hoopla.
Bill Ellis Episcopalian priest. Husband, father, friend. Formerly lived in Central Oregon, now lives and works in Spokane, Washington.
Rita Clagett Poet, raconteur, high priestess of the high desert. Western Colorado type.
Tim Black Writer, retired high school teacher of several generations. All round good fellow and lives in South Florida.