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  • Christmas Connections

    Snowdrops in Snow Christmas Cards - 1A182XW

  • Ian Harrison

    Imbolc (pronounced Imm-olk) is an ancient Celtic celebration midway between the winter solstice and the spring equinox. It is a celebration of light, representing the lengthening of the day and the hope of spring. Imbolc is translated as ‘ewe’s milk’, a time of year when the sheep are pregnant with lambs to be born in the spring.

  • Lori Nye

    snowdrops for the winter garden

  • Barbara Meadows

    Praying for God's healing hands❤️

  • Sandra Regina

    “I am the LORD that healeth thee.” — Exodus 15:26

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