dpp ’10 :: Nourish

by flowers on December 20, 2010 · 7 comments

Nourish

It’s the darkest day of the year and the moon promises to eclipse for the first time on Solstice in 372 years. This matches what feels like a very special holiday season for us. It’s baby’s first Christmas and this year, more than any other, we are focusing on traditions and special moments.

In honor of Solstice, as we celebrate the hope of light amidst the darkness, I have a wish for you.

I hope that you are nourished.

Deeply. Like a baby who knows nothing but an infinite supply of mama’s milk. I hope your belly is full and your cup overflows. I hope your soup stock is simmering with rich nutrients. I hope your heart is warm and full of gratitude and your memories are full of sweet nostalgia. I hope your mind is full of bright ideas and your creativity sparked with juicy goodness. I hope your fridge is full, your community is strong and your family well.

Happy Solstice from all of us here at …Infinite Learners…

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For a special Solstice treat head over to Tredways and admire some of the gorgeous photos highlighted from The December Photo Project.

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renee @ FIMBY December 21, 2010 at 8:11 am

happy solstice to yourself my friend! Beautiful photo. Love ya’.

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Zanna December 21, 2010 at 5:27 pm

A Blessed Solstice to you and yours!
We are warm and well fed and enjoying friends and snow!

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Kate December 21, 2010 at 7:10 pm

Yes, such a gorgeous photo of 2 Goddesses! Happy Solstice, Dear Sister!!

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Rachael December 21, 2010 at 10:13 pm

This evening I was thinking, Aha! We made it here! It gets no more darker than this! Hurrah!

Happy, happy solstice to you and yours!

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flowers December 21, 2010 at 11:45 pm

Yes, exactly! I loved learning about the Solstice as an adult because before that I had the mindset of getting ready for the dark winter. Learning that we’re actually getting longer days from here on out is actually so much more inspiring and hopeful!

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Nona Mills December 22, 2010 at 1:15 pm

A Blessed Solstice to you and yours! We are warm and well fed and enjoying friends and snow!

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Stacy (Mama-Om) January 12, 2011 at 12:30 am

Wow! That photo took my breath away, and then your words really did fill me up!

Thank you.

I am wishing you the same, tenfold.

Blessings,
Stacy

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