Sep. 15th, 2005 @ 02:30 pm
Me too - and that was before I knew they could eat rats!
Thank you - it's a relief since it would have sucked if it had turned out to be a big drag.
What I do on Yule usually depends on other people's plans. What I'd like
to do on Yule is have a big meal, a fire (even if it's just blazing pudding), trade small, hearfelt (ideally homemade or secondhand/antique) gifts with close friends and family, and then stay up until the darkest hour when we make as much noise as is humanly possible. The whole point of midwinter celebrations originally were to shout at the darkness - to announce through sympathetic magic that the darkness and cold wouldn't get us, and we'd be fine until spring. That's what my Yule would do.
Wow, I love finding like-minded people. squeee!
|Date:||September 16th, 2005 06:46 am (UTC)|| |
Isn't she a keeper? I love to here you both squee!
"and that was before I knew they could eat rats!" LOL!!!
That sounds like what I do at yule as well. (not eat rats)
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