with light and love

Midsummer Eve 2012

There are more embellishments to come, but at least we got the basics of a Fairy Garden complete before Midsummer Eve. 

A shell is filled with water.  A grape is placed at the door of the house and a small handful of pine nuts waits on the table for the fairies that will be famished after their Solstice Celebrating. 

Our go-to Midsummer Story is from Elsa Beskow.  Do check out The Flowers’ Festival  if you have not already. 

HAPPY SUMMER!! 

© rw 2012

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Comments on: "Midsummer Eve 2012" (1)

  1. Elaine McCall said:

    we love that story!

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