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We’ve just passed up the Feast of Saint Brigid (either a Catholic saint or a Celtic goddess or both).  She was known as a peacekeeper, craftswoman, weaver, and supporter of the common laborer.

In honor of her feast, I’ve woven a quick Saint Brigid’s Cross of the weavings I’ve done in the last few weeks. Saint Brigid’s Flame is used by many as a guide to their future endeavors, to light their paths with hope, and to usher in the Spring.   Since Phil just saw his shadow, consider lighting a candle to Saint Brigid and see if she’ll intercede.

“Love must be as much a light, as it is a flame.” – Henry David Thoreau

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