Welcome to the Ostara Tarot BlogHop. If you happened to miss the BlogHop posting by Vivianne at Kismet’s Companion, just click the button below to hop back one blog. If you arrived from there, you will find a link to the next blog in the hop at the bottom of the page.
Welcome to the Yule Blog-Hop entitled “Christmas Present”. You may have found this post by accident, or you may have arrived from one of my neighbors in the hop. However you may have landed here, make yourself comfortable and enjoy all the wonderful posts. Click the Gift Tag below to visit Louise Underhill’s Priestess Tarot blog.
Once upon a time in a long forgotten corner of an attic sat a child’s toy from many seasons past. It was tucked away behind lost boxes of bobs and treasure and hidden under a mountain of dust and a thick blanket of time. Painted on the sides of this curious box were images that had once been bright and cheery, but were now faded by time and a layer of rust. The lid stood open in a gaping toothless yawn, the contents having escaped long ago leaving the hatch wide open.
Hello and welcome to the Samhain (Halloween) Tarot Blog-Hop where we are celebrating the thinning of the veil and our Shadow selves.
If you would like to jump back one Hop just follow the link to Ania Marczyk’s wonderful blog.
For this Blog-Hop we were asked to explore our Shadow sides. What exactly does that mean? What is our Shadow side?
Welcome to the Mabon Tarot Blog-Hop! I hope you have enjoyed your journey thus far. If you missed the blog prior to mine, you can Hop backward to Chloe McCracken’s Mabon post simply by clicking on the button and following the link.
Autumn is my very favorite time of year. I love the cooler temperatures, the changing colors, the crisp and pungent fragrances, the sound of rustling leaves, the honking calls of the wild geese as they fly overhead, and the activities that traditionally occur. Activities like, Samhain, Halloween themed camp-outs, Trick or Treating, hay rides, collecting leaves, dressing up, decorating with fodder shocks, pumpkins, and ghoulies, and going to Haunted Houses. I should mention too, that I am a Scorpio, another reason I think that I love this season so well.
Welcome to the Lammas Tarot Blog-Hop, Pentacles: The Fruits of Harvest.
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Lammas – First Harvest – August Eve
Fruits of First Harvest hang heavy on vines
As stalks of grain ripen to gold
Sweet the juices as warm they run
To stain fingers of both young and old.
Feast on the freshness that now abounds
Storing away for the future
For days that turn colder
When the frost bites the bloom
And the fields lie fallow in slumber
Under a distant and cold winter’s Moon.