Tag Archives: fall

A Year of Two Springs

Fall                                                  Full Autumn Moon A cool rain and a chilly fall evening with wet gold stuck to the bricks and asphalt, a low cloud cover and darkening twilight skies. Though ready to travel there is a sadness in missing the … Continue reading

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A Melancholy Garden

Fall                                                  Waxing Autumn Moon In spite of the 80 degree plus weather it felt like a fall day outside.  The sky blue, the clouds white, the sun weak. Collected the potatoes.  After Mark carried the harvest inside, I put the … Continue reading

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Seasonal Pilgrimage

Fall                                           Waning Harvest Moon Each turn of the Celtic seasonal calendar I find ideas, personal reflections, astronomical or traditional lore to pass along. This time I’ll pass along one from Waverly Fitzgerald who maintains a website, living in season. She … Continue reading

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Following the Old Religion

Lughnasa                                            Full Back To School Moon Summer has three endings:  Labor Day which marks the end of summer vacation for many school children; and, for many adults like myself, kicks us into serious mode as all those years of conditioning … Continue reading

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Rigel. Again.

Lughnasa                                             New (Back to School) Moon The partisans of summer have begun to moan its passing here in the north country.  Those of us who love the fall and the winter have only begun to savor the cooler nights, the … Continue reading

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