Wednesday, 20 June 2007
Midsummer's Eve and the girls have been busy! Letters to Queen Mab have been written, new shoes for the ball and fans to keep them cool have been made, spare wings have been painted, cakes have been baked, honeysuckle dew prepared, wild flowers have been picked and wishes have been made. All we need now is the fairies to come!
Hope you enjoy some Midsummer magic too!
Posted by Ragged Roses at 12:05
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What a stunning wreath.
Your daughters preparations are very through and so sweet...girls are such fun aren't they!
Take care and have a magic midsummer!
What a gorgeous wreath, we haven't got round to celebrating midsummer in any way yet but it's something to look forward to!
so sweet. we don't celebrate midsummers and i wish we would. its a cultural thing. a swedish town in central kansas celebrates every year. i adore seeing what you are doing getting ready for this sweet summer holiday!
And now you know why I envision England as a fairytale place in which to live! =)
Your wreath and all those little treasures are delightful!
Have a hippy midsummer. We are going to tie a knot in a twig in the moonlight and make wishes, and dance through the long grass in bare feet in the rain, and wear daisies in our hair - what will the neighbours think?
Love the wreath!
What a fun thing you do with your daughters Kim! I loved the celebrations of Midsummer's Day in Sweden when we lived there but this is just so magical. I think I will take a tip from you and write down a wish to place out in the garden tonight. Perhaps the fairies will come here too.
You are going to have the happiest fairy population around. What lovely things they have waiting for them.
The tooth fairy visited our house this evening :)
What a lovely childhood your daughters are having. Memories which will last till they are old, old ladies.
Happy Midsummer to you and your daughters.
Hope the fairies enjoy it all. ;)
your girls will have such beautiful memories of you being a wonderful mummy as they grow older and they will never forget all the magical things you did together.
enjoy your celebrations
How fun, how fun, how fun...reminds me of I Capture the Castle...thanks so much for recommending that book!
Lucky little fairies.
And lucky little girls, with you for their Mum!
OOH! I love that wreath, in fact I am going to try and make one! Thanks for the inspiration!!!
Oh what a lovely idea - my two were a bit young for that this year but I shall have to store it away in what's left of my brain for next time!
Very pretty wreath. Love it.
What fun. When I was small we used to hunt in the garden for pennies scattered by the fairies on midsummer's day ... nothing as lovely as this, but I can still remember the excitement nearly 50 years later.
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