OSTARA ๐ŸŒผ 2020

The sun has been shining and it’s been a lovely start to our Ostara.


With everything that is going on in the world , staying close to home is what we intend to do now until everything is in the clear , and to be honest , that’s absolutely fine with me .

So today is Ostara- the first day of spring and being pagans we celebrate this every year with gifts , Long walks and baking - this year was no different:)









The girls opened up their Ostara eggs and gifts , I’ve got to say the chocolate eggs didn’t last past the morning and they did replace breakfast today but that is fine with mummy :)






We got ready and took  a long walk round the back of our garden . We are very fortunate to live on the back of a big forest which is full of trails and trees .




We set off in search for some sticks to make our Ostara tree later . We were out for ages and it was lovely to get some fresh air . We picked some fallen daffodils up too and all the girls had fun climbing the trees.




We got back , washed up and put Nila down for a nap whilst the older two did some baking . We made some lotus Biscoff spread muffins which were delicious , especially with a cup of tea .

Ostara tree made , and crafts full in swing , I made my egg shell candles for my altar to do some rituals once the girls were in bed .



It’s been a lovely day and was really needed.

Blessed Ostara everyone

6 comments

  1. It sounds like you have had a lovely day celebrating Ostara. It is good to look for the things we can enjoy about being at home and around loved ones.

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  2. It sounds like you had a great day, and still being able to go on such great walks as well x

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  3. I have not heard of Ostara before, we decorate our tree outside our house with eggs this time of year though

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  4. I've not heard of Ostara before, I'm glad you had a good time celebrating it. There is still so much we can do and enjoy whilst on lockdown. Mich x

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  5. It sounds like you guys had a great time. How lucky to have a forest backing on to your garden. The kids will love going out on adventures rather than being stuck indoors. We have a date with the garden today!

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  6. Sounds like you had a wonderful tip and spent it together doing fun things.

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