Saturday, 10 November 2012

Shopping: Yule Advent Calendar With Winter Hare


Someone who reads my blog alerted me to this lovely advent calendar. What is unusual about it is that it marks the days until Yule, or the Winter Solstice on 21 December, rather than the days leading up to Christmas on 25 December.

The Country Wisdom and Folklore Yule Advent Calendaris by Talking Trees Books. As well as having a lovely picture of a running hare on the front, the windows open to reveal details about country lore.

Talking Tree Books also produces a Country Wisdom and Folklore Diary.


5 comments:

MorningAJ said...

Cool! Just ordered one of those.

Anonymous said...

*Totally irrelevant to this post, got no clue where do I ask questions and stuff, I'm not much of a blog reader*

I personally don't believe in witch stuff or anything remotely related to supernatural, deep down inside I want to. But I'm just a girl who watches too much of television. And for all I know It's trying to take its toll on me. It won't really hurt trying those spell stuff anyway. I want to. Not just for fun I add. I got something of mine confiscated , something small but means a lot to me, I searched for it everywhere. Vain attempts. 'The confiscators' won't budge either. So does a 'location spell' exist by any chance?

badwitch said...

Spells to help find things do exist. You can read about several magical means to try to locate lost things here http://www.badwitch.co.uk/2011/04/spells-and-divining-to-find-lost-things.html

I also wrote about a talisman to help recover a laptop here: http://www.badwitch.co.uk/2012/11/spell-talisman-to-help-recover-stolen.html

To try to get the confiscators to change their minds, try this: http://www.badwitch.co.uk/2012/07/magic-spell-to-cut-through-red-tape.html

MorningAJ said...

My advent calendar just arrived. It's lovely! Thanks for the info.

badwitch said...

Glad it arrived and is as nice as it looks in the picture!