Here we are at Midsummer, we have arrived at the longest day and the shortest night of the year. The Goddess is now full and pregnant with Child, and the Sun God is at the height of His virility. This is the peak of the of the Solar year and the Sun is at the height of its life-giving power. The Earth is awash with fertility and fulfilment and this is a time of joy and celebration of achievements.

Yet within this climax is the whisper and promise of a return to the Dark. As the Light reaches its peak so this is also the moment when the power of the Sun begins to wane. From now on the days grow shorter and the nights grow longer and we are drawn back into the Dark to complete the Wheel of the Year.

At this time the God, as the Oak King, is rich in abundance, but he too surrenders his reign to his brother twin, the Holly King, and the descent begins. But before we welcome the return to the Dark side of the year, and acknowledge this great turning point of the Wheel, we celebrate


Honesty is Best

I’ll be honest,

It’s been a busy week I have resorted to alcohol on more than one occasion. But I am so excited we can socialise again properly I have my vaccine booked and I’m raring to go.

So, as I’m writing this on a Saturday night with a vodka in hand, I have rounded up why you should book me in one easy place, just for you.

national smile month

National Smile Month

Did you also know its National Smile Month?

What better reason is there to capture those smiles and memories.


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