Tuesday, January 31, 2006

FAREWELL TO SAMHAIN

A few crocuses are blooming. Some tulips are up. A few of the star of Star of  Bethlehem bulbs are up. The heather has bloomed most of the winter and it's flippin' soggy around here. The last couple of winters it's barely rained. We're working on over twelve inches for this month alone. That's almost a third of what we got for the whole year last year. Anyway, the Celtic winter quarter ends tonight.

Go with thanks and go with blessing, season of deep memory. Souls with joy are deeply freighted, hearts are charged with heritage. As ancestors you have traveled, You have come to Winter's home. Father Counsel, you have cheered us, Mother Wisdom, who has smiled, touch the hidden seed within us, may we grow as Springs own child.

From The Celtic Devotional by Caitlin Matthews

3 comments:

visionarydiva1 said...

That was very nice...thanks for sharing

Amy

lisaram1955 said...

Lovely!  Lisa  :-]

toonguykc said...

It was 63 degrees here in KC -- and stuff is starting to sprout and get green.  I'd be happy except I know a big freeze will move in and fuck it all up.  I want to move to the desert so bad.

xo
Russ