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Happy Beltane Everyone!

Still a bit tired from the A to Z challenge. Hope you enjoyed my month of alphabetical inspirational posts. I certainly enjoyed taking on a new challenge, as well as, all the new activity from various challenge bloggers and your thoughtful comments. I am grateful to all that joined this site and followed me on Google+. I hope you will stop in often.

Today is a wonderful holiday for many of us. May 1st is Beltane. I thought today it would be nice to have you revisit my post from last year that shares information about this holiday. It is called: Beltane Blessings.

Enjoy, many blessings, and Happy Beltane!


  1. Congratulations on finishing successfully! New follower here. I'm stopping by from the "A to Z" challenge, and I look forward to visiting again.


    1. Thanks Sylvia. I believe I joined your site too. I'll be over to see what you're doing.

  2. Happy Beltane!!!

    Of course I enjoyed your posts. :D

  3. Thanks Chrys, And stop back in. There's plenty more to come once I recharge.

  4. Happy Beltane to you! I just got done doing a big Beltane Festival this last weekend. Pageantry, dance, music, maypole, all as you described. I performed with a dance troupe doing a Beltane-adapted wonder tale. It was a hoot. What country are you in Stephanie? Jeri (a wordpress blogger with a different address - we've visited back and forth...storytellingmatters...) Cheers.

    1. Outstanding Jeri! It makes me so excited to hear about your weekend. I do enjoy your blog a lot and have joined it so that I get all your posts. Glad to have met you during the A to Z challenge. I'm in the US. How about you?

    2. Same here, all respects. Are you getting recovered yet from A to Z? I'm trying to recover and yet keep a bit of the momentum too. Balancing act number 422. :)

    3. I am not recovered but I will be posting again soon. You are right! A lot of momentum was developed through A to Z. It certainly is a balancing act.


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