Sunday, June 21, 2009

Following The Sun



Happy Summer Solstice and Father's Day. It is the First Day of Summer! Here are ways you can celebrate the Summer Solstice. They are so simple:

1)Wear colors that echo the sun.
2)Burn yellow and orange candles at sunset
3)Wear daisies, sunflowers, dandelions on you in a dress, skirt, t-shirt, scarf, etc
4)Play songs all about the Sun, Sunshine and Summer today. Here is one of my favorites: Soak up the Sun.
5)Write a poem dedicated to the sun or watch a favorite summer themed movie.
6)Go out and get some sunshine.

Enjoy spending time with dad. Also spend time with or send love to all the father figures and male mentors in your life too. A person can be a father to you without being related by blood. I dedicate this sunny and fatherly post to my two fathers who have passed on: my real father and my father of my heart, Uncle Charlie.


Shellsigna

9 comments:

Sarah said...

Happy Summer Solstice Shell! I like your ideas for celebrating. I have been out in the sun but I will also burn some candles I think.
x

Tristan Robin Blakeman said...

Joyous solstice to you, as well!

I hope the sun continues to bring warmth and brightness to you!

Cheryl Lynn said...

I hope your summer is fantastically wonderful!

glorv1 said...

Happy Summer to you Shell. Hopefully it won't get too hot. Have a great week.

Genie Sea said...

Hugs Shell! You know how to spread light and loveliness! :) You are sunshine and dandelions and lemon lollipops all rolled up into one! :)

Tracy said...

Happy Summer Days, Shell! :o) Love the new banner... ((HUGS))

Clarity said...

What a sweet post! I adore your dedication.

See? told you I'd be back.

javajune said...

Ahhh, summer solstice at last, my favorite time of year. Love your banner. I need something with sunflowers on it- I'll have to come up with something. Enjoy the sun!
xo-jj

mademoisellechitchat said...

Shell:

Great post (as always).

I commend you for going with your instinct (RE: the interview). That was the Lord talkin' to you. ;)

I just posted an article on my blog. Since you reside in NY, I would like to know your sentiments about the matter.