Another month is over, this year is just flying by! Here are the most liked photos for September, from my Instagram account @spinning_webbs . Last month's most liked photo was of my kitchen table. This month, my bed takes the blue ribbon. Both were adorned with the beautiful mandalas of Jaipur Art Factory. In celebration... Continue Reading →
The Sabbat of Imbolc is celebrated at the height of winter, but in contrast to the cold and dreary days, this is a celebration of the early signs of spring. Imbolc (or Imbolg), translates to 'In the belly', a reference to the potential for life, held within the belly of the Great Mother, our earth.... Continue Reading →
A little family has taken up residence in my carport. They have been there since the beginning of spring and in that time, their chicks have hatched and grown. Checking on them yesterday, I realized their baby birds are almost fully grown. They are now even leaving the nest for test flights, the family circling... Continue Reading →
This is my Ostara, the Spring Equinox, nature in perfect balance. What is Ostara?
The plum trees in my backyard, are the first to don their colorful robes of Spring. They certainly add a flush of beauty to my yard. My Jasmine bushes are also very close to flowering. I look forward to this all year, as the smell is divine. Even bringing a little sprig of the flowers... Continue Reading →
P is for Persephone, Maiden of Spring and Queen of the Dead. Known also as Kore, young maiden, or Proserpina, by the Romans. Persephone led a peaceful and quiet life, up until her kidnapping. Though, due to her great beauty, she was highly sought after as a consort, her Mother, Demeter, sheltered her much-loved Daughter and kept... Continue Reading →