Monday, August 3, 2009


This is one of the most under celebrated holidays for me personally.
And it's only because of the time of year in which Hloafmas falls.
Late summer when I was a child on the ranch in Montana was a busy time of the year for work, bringing in hay, harvesting vegetables, canning, smoking, salting, preparing for winter. Because on a farm or ranch, you are always thinking about how you are going to get through the winter.
In my adult life, summer has become a busy time of year for spiritual work.
That is, spiritual work that involves others. Summer is a time when people come for house wardings, curse liftings, wyrd readings, all the rituals and workings that make people and families feel safe and warm and prosperous.
So, in the spirit of first fruits and reaping what has been sown, health, wealth and happiness to all on this sacred day. Hope your celebrations were wonderful.

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