Tag Archives: Samhain

Calan Gaeaf Hapus, Tachwedd Bendigedig

Kage Baker loved Halloween. So do I. So does my entire family, which is why Mike and Kimberly are taking turns manning the front door at my house as the hordes of small, sugar-intoxicated demons come calling for their annual … Continue reading

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Hallowe’en. E’en.

Kage Baker loved old calendars, old traditions, old holidays. The more weight of years something had behind it, the better she liked it. Mind you, anything that happened even once and turned out well was an immediate tradition for her.  … Continue reading

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Days, Quarter Days, Cross-Quarter Days. And Saturday.

Kage Baker always reverently observed the Quarter Days, the 4 great horological linchpins of the astronomical year. Two Solstices, two Equinoxes – tidy and convenient. Everybody knows about these; all calendars show them, evening newscasters announce their coming to the  … Continue reading

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