Blog Posts - Solstice



Photo Challenge: Anticipation

Hurry Spring.
by AnnaBlakeBlog on Dec 19, 2016

Lemon Thyme Collins

I think this summer has seen a trend in my schedule that I admit I didn’t expect. I’m not on top of the cocktail making if you can believe that? So busy with so much yard work and well probably overdoing it. After so many weeks of digging...
by Creative Culinary on Jul 8, 2016

Summer Season Kicks Off in Caseville

Officially summer starts with the summer solstice on June 21st.  However the folks in Caseville are welcoming the in the start of the summer Saturday with a huge rib cook-off. This marks the 9th year that Caseville is hosting Ribstock. The event kic...
by Thumbwind on Jun 24, 2016

Summer Solstice – Merging of Opposite Characters

I love the Summer Solstice. Full moon. Longest day(light) of the year. It makes me feel happy and dance-y. I also feel the opposite, for I get sad knowing from this point until late December, the day(light) will become less and less. I love the lig...

Solstice

Solstice here we go again stoned © ~ N’D ~ 20/06/2013...
by Haikunama on Jun 20, 2016

One and half weeks...

Time before Christmas went fast.It was Winter Solstice before I really realized it.Maybe the weather had something to do with it:no snow, no frost.But dark, so much darkness.We light up lights on front yard.Hubby even lighted up old hurricane lamps,b...
by House of million weeds on Dec 25, 2015

Season of Light

 In the depth of winter, I finally learned that within me there lay an invincible summer. –Albert Camus The darkest day of winter has passed, and the days are gradually becoming lighter. As we enter into this season of light, I invite you to consi...
by Meditate Create on Dec 23, 2015

Solstices

Most cultures outside of the tropics, where the difference in lengths of days is noticeable and portentous, there is a celebration of the winter solstice. This day, of all in the year, is the shortest and tomorrow there will be … Continue readi...

A WHITE CHOCOLATE COCKTAIL for Winter Solstice

If you're looking for a beautiful white cocktail for winter or your holiday and Christmas parties, you can't find one that is more delicious than my classic White Chocolate Martini. A delicious combination of vanilla vodka and white chocolate liqueur...
by The MARTINI DIVA™ on Dec 21, 2015

Celebrations of Light

In the northern hemisphere, today is the winter solstice, which is – depending on your point of view – the shortest day, the longest night, the official beginning of winter, or the date that marks the return of the sun’s light. The winter solst...
by Jean's Garden on Dec 21, 2015

Winter Solstice ~ Lighting A Candle for FurAngel Gibson and Other Siberians North, of the Rainbow Bridge

I light a candle on this Winter Solstice, in memory of my sweet, beautiful snow dog boy, Gibson.And in memory of all the northern breed dogs and furpals who, with Gibson, are wooing and dancing among the Northern Lights tonight. Forever in our hearts...
by FiveSibes on Dec 21, 2015

What is Winter Solstice?

December has always been about Christmas. However, for people of the Pagan religion, it is the time of the year to celebrate Yule. It is celebrated as the Winter Solstice in the Northern Hemisphere. This is celebrated as the rebirth of the sun and th...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Dec 19, 2015

Away in a Manger?

The holidays are a time for getting together. At a friend’s house over the weekend, we were talking about nativity scenes. I mentioned a story about how a nativity scene had been missing the infant Jesus and he said he’d … Continue reading...

It’s the most wonderful time of the year?

  This time of year – a time of joy and excitement.  Friends and families come together to celebrate and share in the season.  Anticipation is high for the most wonderful time of year. During this time of year things often get harried and fr...
by A Cake Walk Life on Dec 15, 2015

Chinese Woman Travels 1,500 Miles And Pays $1,100 To Save 100 Dogs From Chinese Dog-Eating Festival 

Unfortunately they carried on with the festival, but this kind lady managed to save 100 of the dogs Yulin, a city in southern China, celebrates the summer solstice by throwing a festival that involves the slaughter and consumption of as many as 10,00...
by Its a Blog ! Not a Log ! on Jul 1, 2015

National Aboriginal Day

  National Aboriginal Day is celebrated every June 21. It is a time for all Canadians to recognize the unique heritage, diverse cultures and outstanding contributions of first Nations, Metis and Inuit peoples. June 21 was chosen for National Abo...
by Sooke School District on Jun 21, 2015

National Aboriginal Day

  National Aboriginal Day is celebrated every June 21. It is a time for all Canadians to recognize the unique heritage, diverse cultures and outstanding contributions of first Nations, Metis and Inuit peoples. June 21 was chosen for National Ab...
by Sooke School District on Jun 21, 2015

The Good Smells Of Childhood

I was always a “noticing” kind of person. Good smells always put me in a certain frame of mind. Some were cozy, some exciting, some, downright appetite provoking. This is just a sort of reminiscence... That's not all, read on!

A Soggy Solstice

The summer solstice is my favorite day of the year. I love the long hours of light, the lushness of the landscape, and the perfect summer weather of Maine in late June. I usually celebrate the solstice by spending as much of it as possible outdoors.
by Jean's Garden on Jun 21, 2015

Summer solstice

Summer solstice came fast.Early summer was cold and rainy.Today summer has shown it's real face.Warm and shiny.For me Summer solstice starts the heart of the summer.All the green is turning more deep.With blooming of peonies.Even though arianta...
by House of million weeds on Jun 21, 2015


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