During these long, hot summer days in July and August, we begin to relax a bit and enjoy the delectable fruits of our summer's labors. Lammas is the time of year when we celebrate the harvest, reap what we have sown and see the desires that we had at the start of the year unfold.
During this last week of July and into the first days of August (Lammas is traditionally August 1), we also recognize that the long summer days will soon come to an end. So while we celebrate the fruits of our labors, relish in the abundance of nature around is, we also start to prepare for the darker, quieter days ahead.
During this ripening time, may you experience the great bounty of this season. Happy Lammas.