Monday, February 2, 2015

T is for Tuesday-Divination and the Divine! in al kinds of places! Invoking Imbolc.

I traveled up and down the mountain to Earthhaven for some Imbolc ritual, festive food and story telling by Doug Elliot.
Groundhogology!
Doug was entertaining, informative and down right fun!
We were in sacred space so I only took a few photos of the food to link up with
T is for Tuesday.
I forgot to take photos I ws so busy socializing, so use your imagination of the table before it was attacked by 100  hungry groundhogs  revelers!
Birthday cupcakes for Katy!!



Not sure what this drink is, and loved the felted cozy.   Cider was popular! 

The remains!
Before Doug came out to spin a few yarns,
the children paraded in the divinatory ring cakes.
There were 6 charms inside promising, good luck, romance, health, big changes and prosperity.
A pleasant time was had by all!

The next morning found me at Swannanoa Valley Friends Meeting for Meeting for Worship
 and Meeting for Worship for Business.
After Worship are the usually refreshments
I think the coffee is fair trade, and I bring my own tea bags, and in the warmer months pick some herbs from theMeeting garden.
After MWAB we have a put luck meal.
Mains
Desserts!
Worship, food, discernment and fellowship!
Thanks for joining me and comments and questions always welcomed.

15 comments:

  1. it certainly looks and sounds like you had a very nice time. How lovely to share food and refreshments with like minded people. Happy T Day :o)

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  2. You go to the most interesting pot luck dinners. How awesome. You made me so hungry just looking at those wonderful goodies. And you share so many wonderful stories with us over those meals. I especially enjoyed seeing Doug and his awesome groundhog. That was fun.

    I want to create a poem with art, but don't know where to link it. I don't have it ready yet, but will by the end of the week (or at least that's the plan). Do I just link to your blog, or ??

    Thanks for sharing all these wonderful dinners AND Doug with us for T this week.

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    1. I've fallen behind on Poetry Journal Monthly, with travel, life and little response. I'll let you know when I get the next post up. thanks for your support.

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  3. Looks like a perfectly enjoyable time! Thanks for sharing and happy T day!

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  4. All of that food looks so good!!! Looks like you had a wonderful time and I'm happy for you.

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  5. Good stories, good company, good food. What more can you ask for? Like Elizabeth I have a poetry post but wasn't sure where to link it. Will be watching for your update.

    Darla

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  6. Looks like a good and yummy time was had by all. Loved seeing the groundhog. Happy tday!! Hugs! deb

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  7. looks like lots of good food and friends!

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  8. Looks like you shared some delicious goodies, heard some good tales, and spent quality time with friends! Thanks for sharing on T day.

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  9. Gosh there were some hungry gannets at your celebration. I always thought Groundhog Day was made up until I started blogging!! LOL!
    Hugs
    xx

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  10. Hello and Happy T Day! Sounds like everyone had fun and the food was good. Cute groundhog, we got six weeks of snow/winter dumped in our yard the last two days, so I'm ready for spring now, lol.
    Thanks for sharing.

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  11. Looks like it was a grand day out : ).

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  12. Now I'm hungry--LOL!
    Happy very late T-Day! :)

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