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Egg Hunt

Who doesn’t like an Easter Egg Hunt?!
It’s becoming a bit of a tradition each Easter to join my family in the grandparents front garden ready to join in their efforts to find all the mini eggs hidden for a chocolate feast at the end. 36 more words



Spring has been slow to come to Moscow this year. In fact, most of March and the first half of April looked and felt like like preceding December and February (we got a couple of weeks of proper frosts and a dusting of snow in January): temperatures in single digits Celsius, grey skies, wilted green-ish lawns. 165 more words


Easter In Georgia

Georgian Easter Traditions

By Keith Kenney

Source: http://keithrkenney.wordpress.com/2012/04/08/easter-traditions-in-georgia/

To all of our family and friends in the United States, Happy Easter! To all of our friends in Georgia, Greece and other Orthodox countries, we will wait until next Sunday, and then say: "Christ is Risen!" To which you will undoubtedly respond: "Indeed He is Risen." The week before Easter begins with Willow Sunday which Americans know as Palm Sunday. 286 more words


Happy Easter

Decorating eggs is a popular Easter tradition. The eggs symbolize new life and rebirth.

Happy Easter

Thought For The Day

The Importance of Ritual Bathing

The Importance of Ritual Bathing

Imagine you could enhance your magick working with a simple process. How? Your ritual bath. It’s important because it puts you into the right frame of mine before you perform ritual. 437 more words

Moonwater Silverclaw

Happy Easter

Last weekend Lila went for a play date at my friend Guylaine’s house. When I was chatting with Guy before dropping Lila off she mentioned they were going to be making Pysanky, Ukrainian Easter eggs. 220 more words



I absolutely love holidays! Christmas, New Years, Easter and so on. What I love most about the holidays is the traditions that my family and I have created throughout the year. 315 more words

Future Employee