Day 9: Spring Altar (#30daysofspring)

March 2016 032My plans for a spring altar are taking place over the weekend as we celebrate the Spring Equinox, so I don’t have a photo of it yet. I do have many altars around my home though!

This goddess in my photo for the day is one we just made yesterday and is a portable altar of sorts. I carry my little goddesses all over the place with me and set them wherever I am = tiny altars everywhere, all the time.

As you will notice in my pictures and on instagram, I like to use the ‪#‎havegoddesswilltravel‬. 😉 I love to see other people’s pictures of where their little goddesses have gone with them. Our goddesses are very durable and portable. They can accompany you almost anywhere without fear of them being broken (also, since they’re small, they are easy to tuck into pocket, shirt, or purse).

March 2016 008I have a St. Patrick’s Day anecdote to share as well. St. Pat’s is a significant event in my hometown and the college is my alma mater. I don’t feel like I can not do St. Pat’s. It is part of my local “heritage.” Yesterday, I was explaining to my kids though about how St. Patrick perhaps drove the pagans/Goddess out of Ireland and how snakes are a metaphor for that. We went into the skating rink for playgroup and my kids played different arcade games. My daughter won two little prizes totally randomly from two different machine full of all kinds of things and both of them were green snakes! (Different kinds.) Felt somehow symbolic–not driven out after all! 😉

Categories: #30daysofspring, art, creativity, Goddess, sacred pause | 3 Comments

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3 thoughts on “Day 9: Spring Altar (#30daysofspring)

  1. masha

    Molly I love my little goddess that I got from you, she’s on my altar now, has been there for a while, she doesn’t want to be moved. Can I ask, when you make a new spring altar for how long do you leave it? thank you

    • Thanks, Masha! I’m so glad. 😊

      When I make a new altar, I usually leave it until close to the start of the next season.

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