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Lammas is a celebration of community and harvest. It is a time to gather with loved ones to honor and feast on the bounties of summer harvest! Originally celebrated as a wheat festival, and when the first crop of wheat was taken in and blessed by community.
"With the afterglow of late summer purring in our bodies and the land, the days are lulled and languorous. The communities of trees are hanging heavy canopies as their life force is directed into the berries, fruits, nuts and seeds. The mellifluous hum of the nectar gatherers, wasps and worker bees fill the air with their sybaritic symphony.
The moon is low and orange over the fields, the first fruits of our labours ripe enough to be eased from the branch and baked into a harvest loaf."...read more
—Debra Hall © Mother Tongue Ink 2021
Featured Art: The Offering © Marla Faith 2006