Happy Friday ! And it’s Holiday time on my blog : Today we are talking about Mistletoe:
Why do we kiss under the mistletoe?
According to happier versions of the legend, Baldur (sometimes spelled Baldr or Balder) was killed by an enemy’s arrow made of mistletoe. His mother, the goddess Frigg, wept tears onto the arrow. … Overjoyed, Frigg blessed the mistletoe plant and promised a kiss to all who passed beneath it.
The Tradition of Mistletoe at Christmas. Mistletoe is a plant that grows on range of trees including willow, apple and oak trees. The tradition of hanging it in the house goes back to the times of the ancient Druids. … The custom of kissing underMistletoe comes from England.
Christmas has a way of reminding us of what really matters—and what could be more important than our loved ones? From husbands and wives to boyfriends and girlfriends to long-lost loves, the real-life romances in this book are surrounded by the joy and blessings of the Christmas season.
This collection will warm your heart and soothe your soul through the long winter. A Kiss Under the Mistletoe beautifully celebrates the way love and faith can transform a cold day in December into the most magical day of the year.
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