Pagan Blog Project: Week 7, Dylan, and Week 8, Drystan

Dylan
Dylan ail Don. Dylan of the second wave. My wonderful Welsh sea god.
Dylan takes after His Uncle/Father Gwydian as a shapeshifting trickster. He’s not as often venerated as His brother, and I haven’t seen much about Him online. But Dylan is great. He’s charming, fun, and at the same time deadly and unforgiving. He is the sea. He, like all aspects of nature, like all My Boys, is a controversy.
He is My water element. King of rain, and of drought.
He’s a lovable little shit too.
Drystan
This. Cat.
Drystan is the name of my tuxedo cat. I got him for Yule this last one.
He’s precocious. He’s a pain. Hey yowls for the fun of it. He enjoys beating up dogs ten times his size.
He’s adorable. He’s sweet. He’s a beautiful cat. And he enjoys beating up dogs ten times his size.
Drystan is named after a character from the King Arthur tales. Said character is also known as Tristan. In the original tales, Drystan is a trickster who earns Arthur’s respect and joins the King.
Fitting, right?

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