Yesterday marked the end of the transitional holidays — can’t really call them “winter holidays” for us here because, you know, no winter — and now it’s back to regular programming for the rest of us.
(Well, unless you’re from Eastern Europe, in which case, I greet you a Happy Christmas!)
Monday, we celebrated our second Vialia (a festival we’ve adopted from Helio‘s fasti) and made our first offerings to the Traveller and his train of goodly road-spirits. May the path be opened to all things beneficent and auspicious, and may no evil ever cross our path!
Here are the new wreaths we laid out for them:
And the sweet offerings we shared for breakfast:
We also baked our own version of libum for the Gods of the household:
More pictures from the New Year where we cleaned the hell out of our house and re-painted the altar:
May all our comings and goings this year be swift and safe and may we make many good memories. Also, more money to go places and travel the world!
Salve, Mercuri! Salvete, Lares viales! Χαίρετε!