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Great idea Nicole! Here are two posts I did from last year on Imbolc:http://emmalina73.wordpress.com/2010/02/02/happy-imbolc/http://emmalina73.wordpress.com/2010/02/03/imbolc-crafting/I'm looking forward to seeing everyone else's ideas too!
That was a lovely post, and such a sweet story! I am always happy to see Imbolc posts from others, it is certainly a day to be celebrated. I shared a bit here last year... http://heirloomseasons.blogspot.com/2010/02/if-candlemas-day-be-fair-and-bright.htmlBlessings, Renee :)
Here you go! http://eileensplace.blogspot.com/2009/02/st-brigids-day-imbolc-groundhogs-day.htmlhttp://eileensplace.blogspot.com/2010/02/celebrating-candlemas-with-guest.html
Hi Nicole, this is very sweet, watch out for that fertility magic! My Brigid post is at:http://celebratetherhythmoflife.blogspot.com/2011/01/feast-of-brigid.html
Thank you all! Great ideas i=and information!
Hi! What a great idea to gather links all in one place! =)Here is the link to my Imbolc page, which has links to all my Imbolc articles:http://www.confessionsofapagansoccermom.com/p/imbolc.htmlThey include correspondences, activities, history and a recipe.
Okay...not overtly Imbolc, as I rarely dive into our nature rhythms outright on my blog, but symbolic of the lightening of the wheel: http://mmmmmama.blogspot.com/2010/02/ordinary-chaos.htmlGlad I stumbled upon your site. What a weath of ideas and joyfulness!
I was thinking the same thing last week, time flys! It was one of my first posts. I'm blessed to have another new beginning tomorrow! http://busybeeandbumble.blogspot.com/2010/02/inspired.html
Your comments kindle my spirit. Namaste!