Spring in; It’s Brigid’s Day today!

by evilnymphstuff

Hey guys, I wanted to post earlier but I was bothered by the exams results and school and all…

Anyway today is my favourite Wiccan festival – excluding Samhain and Beltane which are the two main sabbats of Wicca – which represents the beginning of spring: Imbolc or (what I like to call it best…) Brigid’s day.

After the coldness of winter, spring at last begins to show its colourful flowers and green leaves… The sleep is over and a new season of growth and beauty has sprung up.

brigid's traditional cross

This is a fun craft to do on this special day which is Brigid’s cross. I did one last year with multicolour straws and I kept it for this year:

brigid's handmade colourful cross

So cute, right? :)

Today you simply have to reflect yourself on this change of season; everyday is spring, because everyday is a new day, with new opportunities and hopes, like those freshly bloomed flowers that we see struggling to grow past the layers of snow…

spring flower snow

Credits to google as usual! :) For the beautiful pictures I include…

Have a lovely and inspiring spring time!
And never forget that you do not need to be Wiccan to read and follow my short advice… Let’s be open-minded and respect each other despite religious differences. We are all equal as we are all human beings. Religion should not separate us…

Peace, guys!
An Evil Nymph.

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9 Comments to “Spring in; It’s Brigid’s Day today!”

  1. Love that Brighid’s cross you made! It’s a great idea that I’ll have to keep that in mind the next time I lead young folks in making them.

  2. “Let’s be open-minded and respect each other despite religious differences. We are all equal as we are all human beings. Religion should not separate us…”

    Love that! More people should adopt the same attitude. Thanks :)

  3. Beautiful colors in that cross. We used to make them as kids… :-)

  4. You write with such wisdom and maturity for your age, well done keep it up!

  5. I agree with Gilly Gee, you are scarily ahead of your years and I love your blogging MD. I have one of these crosses a friend gave me from a trip to Ireland. I love it and you xo

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