What could be more classic or cliché than reading William Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream on the summer solstice? Nothing! I’m inspired, as I woke up this morning, to grab a copy of The Bard’s hilarious play and indulge myself with some reading time today to celebrate the solstice. You can find it cheaply or … Continue reading Midsummer with the Bard
Dress up this Midsummer with a flower crown!
The Summer Solstice, or Midsummer, is a magical time of year. From our ancient ancestors we have an appreciation for the longest day, promising sun and a long growing season. Midsummer is celebrated by eating fresh, seasonal foods, such as delicious strawberries Making beautiful flower rings Wearing lovely adornment like these gorgeous coronets Walking … Continue reading Celebrating the Summer Solstice
The summer solstice is the longest day of the year, when the earth's tilt on its axis is positioned most inclines towards the sun. Because of this attribute, the summer solstice has been celebrated throughout history as a day of power and beauty. It especially represents the sunny summer months, the growing season and the … Continue reading Summer Solstice