Yule is definitely one of my favourite Pagan festivals and one that seemed to arrive sooner than expected. With everything else going on, I didn't realise that it was upon me so soon and literally organise everything in a day. Luckily Paganism is all about heading out into the park and grabbing whatever nature has literally dropped off for you as decorations. Hence the gorgeous table decorations.
I have to admit that the eggnog was an absolute labour of love but I did seem to get nods all round! Yay! In the pic you can see the traditional yule log that is kept from the year before (the evergreen tree that is in the house ... Pagan tree) and that piece is burned the year after. Because it's the first year I have done this with my friends, we kept the log decorated and will start the burning tradition next year.
I must thank our dearst Chris-t for the awesome turkey, stuffing ?and gravy that made the evening an extra special treat.
Of all the things that got me all excited about sharing with my friends ... it had to be making the yule log (the edible one!!)
Thank you so much to my special friends for embracing these times with me and welcoming the Yule traditions into their livees!!