On this Winter Solstice, I thought I would share ten things with you, inspired by the Earth’s axial tilt.
You know about santa but did you know about the flying deer mother, bringing forth the sun? Our family loves this tale.
One of these Solstice’s, we are going to make this. We made homemade from scratch gingerbread once upon a time and this would be so much fun to create.
While we haven’t made an edible Gingerbread Stonehenge, making one of lego is a challenge we are up to!
Wassailing might be frowned upon this year with all the restrictions, but what about some kid friendly wassail? What I appreciate about the history of wassailing, is that it is a reminder that winter celebrations lasted long past the 20th, or 25th of the month.
A cute story about a group of Faeries learning about the sun’s return
My favourite Winter Solstice song
Hear about Yule’s origins.
Using simple items, make Solstice’s decorations! I don’t have a dehydrator, but a couple of hours in the oven, at a low temp, will dry out the oranges.
Read about what some Druids believe and the connection to Arthur Pendragon.
From St. Peter’s United Church, in Sudbury Ontario, a virtual Labyrinth walk.
If it’s making Yule logs and Stonehenge Gingerbread or wrapping gifts or going to see the Christmas lights or just another Monday, I hope your winter days ahead are bright and merry and you find things this winter that brings joy into your home.