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SOLSTICE, SANTA & “SKAMMDEGISSFUGGAR.”

“Skammdegissfuggar” literally means: “Shadows of the short days.” It is an Icelandic word that, metaphorically means the darkness that can be cast into—or onto—the land as well as the Spirit in deep winter. I learned this on Twitter from author, … Continue reading

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Happy Yule

The longest night of the year is always a time of deep contemplation for me ~ I am pleased to spend some of this magical day celebrating the solstice and the season with all of you. The dark is important … Continue reading

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Ah, summer at last!

Although summer doesn’t “officially” start until the June 21st solstice, it’s officially in full swing here. The kids are out of school and the Scottish Highland season has begun; which for our family is time to celebrate our heritage and … Continue reading

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