This is my favourite time of year. I celebrate Halloween and Beltaine at this time of year. Halloween is my favourite calendar holiday of all time. The spirit of fun and whimsy surrounding it just calls to me. If you read my post last Halloween you'll remember that I differentiate Halloween from Samhain. Halloween to … Continue reading This is my Favourite Time of Year
Spring finally sprung down here in the southern most tips of Western Australia. Yesterday was an absolutely lovely day. It was perfect weather to celebrate Ostara. I spent the day with my husband and our lovely hound exploring some local markets and just enjoying each other’s company. Today is a public holiday in Western Australia … Continue reading Ostara
So, Imbolc was yesterday down here in the southern hemisphere. This Imbolc I was moved to spend some time working on perennial decorations. I don’t have Sabbat decorations as such, not in the way that people store Christmas decorations. In the past I have observed the Sabbats but never made a big deal out of … Continue reading Celebrating Imbolc
Happy Imbolc! How are you spending the day? I’m crafting these gorgeous little Goddess dollies I saw on Pinterest. They look like a simple decoration to make. Lucky it’s a Saturday and I can spend a decent amount of time crafting and musing on my Craft. I'm a little under the weather at the moment … Continue reading Imbolc!
Wow where has this year gone? I swear it should only be march. Yule is almost upon us southern hemisphere witches and likewise Litha is almost here for our northern sisters. This year my Yule will be spent catching up with friends and family that I don’t get to see very often. I’ll be cooking … Continue reading Yule
I hope you all enjoyed a fabulous Samhain (or depending on your hemisphere, Beltaine)! Samhain, also known as Halloween, is my favourite holiday of the year! So much so that I celebrate it TWICE a year 😊. Even before I identified as a Pagan Halloween was a big celebration at my home. “But why do … Continue reading Samhain – Why I Celebrate Twice A Year