The winter solstice is the shortest day and longest night of the year, this year it's on the 21st of December. It's kind of a boon to those of
us who don't really do religious holidays at this time of year, as
folks have been eating, making wreaths and burning stuff (all my
favourite things!) to mark the solstice for pretty much ever... even
longer than Festivus has been celebrated.
You can, of course, observe Solstice simply by thinking quietly to yourself
'In your eye, rubbish darkness, bring on the longer days and the way more awesome part of the year'
If you were hoping for something a little more formal you could try:
- Building a wreath, gather your folks and a heap o' greenery (and maybeContinue Reading