Blessed Ostara! Today is the Spring Equinox. Today, we celebrate a fresh start and new beginnings. Some traditional activities include dying eggs and prize egg hunts. "Some eggs can hold life like a seed, and in the spring they hatch. When colors from the ground are freed, we paint our eggs to match." --Clip from… Continue reading Spring Equinox Blessings: Celebration and Nature Scavenger Hunt for Ostara
We came up with the notes together, to ensure everyone was comfortable with each action. In order to receive the chocolate prize in the egg, the action must first be completed.
I can't believe Ostara is next week! In our home, we are still working on spring cleaning, clearing, and cleansing from Imbolgc. As we move further into the springtime season, we will pause to reflect on this fresh start. This is a perfect time for meditation and planting seeds (both organic and metaphorical) to grow… Continue reading Ostara Coloring Pages for Pagan Kids
Springtime is on its way, and I am so excited to be visiting friends at Tangled Roots Herbal in Nashua, NH, on Saturday, March 31st, from 2:30pm-4:30pm, to celebrate with a book reading/signing and a recycled gardening craft, perfect for kids and families! At the event, I will be reading the "Ostara" poem from A… Continue reading Free Prize Eggs, Spring Craft, & Story-time at Family-Friendly Ostara Event
Oliver and the Fledgling is now officially available for purchase through Amazon and Barnes & Noble! I am so excited to release this title. Empaths, especially young sensitives, are often overwhelmed by strong emotions around them. In this story, a young boy, Oliver, learns to check-in with his feelings to determine where his emotions end and… Continue reading Story Time for Little Empaths
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JUST RELEASED: August 30, 2017 A Pagan Book of Holidays is a poetry collection designed to engage young Pagans with the stories and natural blessings of solstices, equinoxes, and cross-quarter Pagan holidays. Each story offers reflections on nature, practice, and prayer. This collection is a magickal addition to Pagan family tradition.