I don’t ordinarily think of myself as a “water person”, as most Pagans talk about these things elementally. But I am quite attached to the concept of watershed as place–and, in particular, of watersheds as places that really mark who we are. I can say I’m an American, or a Minnesotan, or even a Minneapolitan, but I feel most authentic saying I’m a Twin Cities Watershedian (OK, so the terminology needs work).
I explore that use of water-as-place in “Roots in the Water”, my newest post at No Unsacred Place. The results are all wet–in the best possible way.