Yesterday and today (depending on your time zone) is known as Bridgit’s Day (or according to the Celtic version “Brighid’s Day”) that is the Gaelic festival marking the beginning of spring and the return of the sun goddess. It’s a time to welcome the lighter, warmer days of spring which are slowly blooming. While we still may have a month of snowy, wintry weather to muddle through, there is the bright knowledge of the oncoming change of seasons upon us. It a wonderful time of year to embrace the sexier side of life. The promise of spring tidings offer the elemental fire of passion and renew a sense of awakening that hits us at our core of deepest desires and seduction of the flesh. Soon, skirts will be shorter, bodies more exposed and we will revel in the sunny day’s balmy touch before you know it.
I plan on lighting some candles, taking a cleansing soak, painting my nails in pastels and looking through my spring collection catalogs to prepare for the new cute lingerie and outfits. As much as I love winter I do have a little spring fever and feel the itch of a need to get out and shine.
How are you going to celebrate the impeding light?
Ah yes, this is the time of year when many thoughts, including mine, turn toward the return of warmth and light. The days are growing longer, and I am looking out into my back yard at my huge garden patch, already itching to get my hands into the rich, dark soil. And of course, I’m horny as fuck, but I don’t know whether or not that’s because I’m in sync with other animals who are slowly coming out of their winter slumber, or because it’s getting close to the time of year when Adam returns for the summer. And you know what that means. *giggle*
Oh yes indeed Beautiful! I bet you have quite a lovely, lush garden full of tasty, tantalizing temptations. The first stirrings of spring coming does cause quite a warm and welcome flush of intensity that reawakens all that was slumbering under the slowly receding cloak of winter. I’ll ready to reemerge 😉