The Forget-Me-Not flower means eternal friendship and undying love. A legend speaks of a man and his betrothed walking along the banks of the river on a night before their wedding. The woman cried out when she saw a small blue flower floating on the river’s current. The man leapt into the river to fetch…Read more »
Legend states that when the foxglove bows its head, it means the faerie folk are out walking. It is considered lucky to have a foxglove growing from seed in your garden. Do not transplant it for it might mask a faerie home. Foxgloves are used in the medicine world to strengthen and stimulate your heart.
I found this interesting and thought I’d share it. The rose is said to have appeared in Bethlehem near the stable of Jesus. After the resurrection, a Christian was sentenced to burn at the stake. She prayed to God and the flames turned into yellow and red petals of roses. Once it was believed all…Read more »
Supposedly, the flower was created by Eve’s tears, when she was expelled from the garden of Eden. In folklore, the lily of the valley formed ladders so the fairies could climb the reeds where their cradles lied. Another legend is the first lily of the valley loved a nightingale, but she was shy and hid…Read more »
A whisper on the wind claimed the chrysanthemum is a special meeting place for the wee folk. I don’t know if it’s true, but who am I to say nay? This flower has been cultivated for centuries. The Chinese drink wine made from this flower to ensure long life. The original Japanese flag depicted a…Read more »
Here is a simple craft for children. You will need a paper lunch sack, glue, construction paper, and a picture of a lion. Cut out a tongue out of red construction paper. Make teeth of white paper. Open the fold of the sack and glue the tongue and teeth. Next, glue your lion’s head on…Read more »
When church law engrafted upon civil law, the full persecution for witchcraft arose. A witch was considered to be a woman who deliberately sold herself to the evil one, who delighted in injuring others, and for the purpose of enhancing the enormity of her evil acts, chose the Sabbath for the performance of her impious…Read more »