Saturday, July 31, 2010
While you're celebrating Lammas, we're here honoring Imbolc on Sunday. It's a good sabbath for me because it's all about cleansing and purifying, and letting go. What a perfect time to do so!
We'll probably have something more than simple in the evening (as usual!), because we are going to celebrate Lucas' birthday on the same day (his actual b-day is on Monday, but my relatives and his couple of school friends will be working or studying, so...), and the whole day will be busy! But Lucas will surely make his traditional paper God to fill it with rice and oat, and burn it in his cauldron - as a good Fire little witch, he loves rituals involving his element...
I will add a touch of paganism to his little Bakugan lunch party by spreading wheat stems at the decoration (maybe amongst the baloons). And Lucas asked me to make a big carrot cake filled with brigadeiro and with the same topping (his favorite cake in the world) and hot-dogs for lunch. So mote it be!
We'll have everything simple with our tight budget, but the fun is guaranteed with this crazy family of mine. The house will be full, and I'll be moved and feel blessed by watching my little witch growing older, healthy, strong and smart. He will be 7! Can anyone please stop the clock??
Wishin - in advance, got too much to do tomorrow preparing the goodies! - you all from the Northern Wheel of the Year a blessed and joyful Lughnasadh, and a great Sunday for those who don't follow the pagan path!
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