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Beltane History and Modern Ways to Celebrate

April 30th – May 1st

The word Beltane, Bealtaine or Bealltainn is pronounced bay-ul-tin-uh. Beltane means “Bel the bright one” or “bright or lucky fire”. Representative of passion, celebration, energy, sexuality and fertility. 2,062 more words

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Last Minute Easter Menu Additions: Sides, Salads & Desserts

Happy Good Friday and Easter Weekend! If you’re short or time and in need some help or inspiration for your Easter or spring gathering, I pulled together a round-up of recipes for your menu that can be made ahead or that use some short cuts!

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Hot Cross Buns And A Few Superstitions

Myths And Traditions About Hot Cross Buns According To The Smithsonian:

Hot Cross Buns are traditionally eaten during Lent, especially in the week leading up to Easter. 556 more words

Healthy Italian Cooking

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Easter’s On Its Way: Table Inspiration and Centerpieces

Can you believe Easter is less than 2 weeks away? Me neither! Mother Nature has been schizophrenic, sending us 70 and 80 degree temperatures in February, coaxing the fruit trees and daffodils into bloom, then sending buds and blooms retreating with freezing and blustery March weather.

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Spring Equinox and Ways to Celebrate

March 20 – March 22 (March 20th this year!)

Called Alban Eilir in Welsh which means “The light of the earth”.

History:

The spring equinox is a fertile time when the sun is steadily growing warmer and the first small signs of spring are visible. 707 more words

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Saint Patrick’s Day—what is Fact and what is Myth

Originally posted on Cherokee Billie Spiritual Advisor: Most of us associate Saint Patrick’s Day with green beer, leprechauns, pots of gold, shamrock’s, and a chance to let go and party.

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