Welcome Ostara!

Our school Easter holiday is almost over, but we have the promise of a family wedding before returning to school, which will be the perfect chance for a party. It has been a rather busy holiday, mainly consumed with domestic tasks, but it has been pleasant, nonetheless. My children and I have managed to spend time with all the grandparents, and we attended a couple of fun activity sessions at our local library. My elder daughter felt a little bit old for “We’re Going on a Bear Hunt,” but she joined in with her little sister, and she was very happy to receive a lump of slime. And then there was the Easter crafts afternoon, where the children decorated egg cups to look like bunnies, played themed bingo, and hunted for chicks around the library.

Welcome, Ostara!

While I haven’t been able to access my box of Easter/Ostara decorations (they are in the loft and I’m too much of a wimp to climb up there), I feel ready for the festive weekend. It was very satisfying to work in our garden, mowing the grass and putting out plants that I have cultivated in my greenhouse. My rhubarb crop is thriving, and the shrubs that I cut back in Autumn are now bursting to life, which fills me with confidence for my new-found interest in gardening. I can see a new obsession growing… Which leaves me to say Ostara Blessings, my friends. May your world grow vibrant as we move forward into a cheerful season.

Witchy Wednesday SpookyMrsGreen

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