Jodie Healy @homespunblissblog

Jodie Healy @homespunblissblog

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Dryad

Druantia is an archetype of the eternal mother as seen in the evergreen boughs. Her name is believed to be derived from the Celtic word for oak trees, "drus" or "deru". She is known as "Queen of the Druids".

He's everywhere you look :) find comfort knowing he is always there

& a hill a green bird sat Her owlets in a green felt hat Her fortune was a wish.

The Green Man

The Green Man - In the Celtic tradition he's known as Cernunnos, Lord of the Forest. He rules over the wilds and conducts The Wild Hunt. <Greenmen show up in many places in the book

There's magic in the air on summer evenings, and these succulent lanterns add the perfect mood. This DIY video shows you how to create the look.

There& magic in the air on summer evenings, and these succulent lanterns add the perfect mood. This DIY video shows you how to create the look.

Katie, is this what a Yaebut  looks like?  Just asking.Forest Folk

These make me think of the trees of Narnia. I pretty sure that if you had these hanging up in your house they would talk and joke about you at night when the household sleeps.

Brigid: Irish & Celtic deity of all things perceived to be of relatively high dimensions & of higher knowledge (wisdom, crafts, excellence in warfare, etc.) Daughter of the Dagda. Consort of Bres. and is considered a triple goddess. Welsh equivalent is Fraid, Scottish is Brìghde/Brìde, Gaulish is Brigindū, & British is Brigantia.

Brigid: Irish & Celtic deity of all things perceived to be of relatively high dimensions & of higher knowledge (wisdom, crafts, excellence in warfare, etc.) Daughter of…