The Summer Solstice, or Midsummer, occurs this year on June 21st. Day light will be at its longest and summer, as the ancients saw it, will be half-way through. The energy of the season will be at its peak (Ellison, 176). Many modern Pagans refer to the holiday as Litha and feel that the sun, having reached its apex, diminishesContinue reading “Summer Solstice”
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Happy Summer Solstice!
The longest day of the year was largely overshadowed by work today. I’m thankful for the celebratory time I had this weekend. I would like to pick strawberries though. Weretoad and I have a tradition in which we pick strawberries on or around the Summer Solstice. I know there are places up here; it’s justContinue reading “Happy Summer Solstice!”