Wrap Yourself In Magic

Wait till you see my snowsuit....

We've all heard it a million times — listen hard, we bet you can hear it still — your Mother's voice, or maybe it's your Dad's, calling after you as you dash out to play, telling you to put on you Winter Coat.

When Tay was little, she never wanted to wear a coat, or have buttons up to her neck or be bundled into 1950's style warmth. She just wanted to dance in the snow, and sometimes she would think about Mother Nature putting on her winter coat, bringing the cold crisp days and the bright hard nights.

So here we have Mother Nature, wearing the last storms of Autumn, slipping into her Winter Coat trimmed with fur made of snowclouds and dancing under the bright cold winter stars. Snowflakes and berries decorate the night, and Orion is the angel at the top of the tree.

Listen again- then come dance with us. The love in that voice will always keep you warm.

Give your Sundress a rest. Slip into the Magic and Make your own Myths.

At this holiday time, we wish you all the Joy and Light of the season, every season in turn. Whether you are into hibernation or celebration, in your heart, as in the heart of the wheat, enjoy the fruitfulness of the past and nurture the kernel that is the promise of the future.

May your Dreams be as Bright as the Northern Lights and your Hearts as Warm as Live Arctic Fur. We wish you the Brightest of New Years-  Safe Haven, Snug Harbour and Always the Welcome of a Loving Heart.

As winter dances over the land, remember that you always have a warm, safe nest in our hearts.

Winter Coat      ©Gryphonsmith Graphyx 1998

Words and Music by Jim and Tay
Snowflakes caught by Spoo and Frostbite  -  Berries by Ginger, Lovey and Marrianne