Our wrangler for this blog hop is Maureen Aisling Duffy-Boose. She asked us to get creative and draw the card we'd choose for the harvest festival of Mabon. Now, I've already posted about the card I created to represent this in the Celtic Lenormand: the Meadow (Garden). And as this is the Celtic Lenormand blog, I didn't feel I could just draw another card, especially as my artistic skills are limited, hence enrolling the fabulous Will Worthington to paint the deck in the first place!
Instead, I thought I could get creative by collaging this card with others I would consider related to it, especially in terms of this turn of the Wheel of the Year.
Another aspect of this festival is the need to be organised about it: there's no point to gathering the fruits of the harvest if they then go to waste - either rotting where we store them, or never reaching the people who need them. So, we might pair the Meadow and the Flowers with the Anchor for doing the work necessary to preserve and store them, and/or with the Bear for the kind of person who would be good at that kind of organisational work.
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