Your Conductor for this blogspot, Chloe Waits, calling out the second stop of the RomanceWritersBehavingBadly blog tour!
All of you look a bit bundled up there. Are we all ready to slip off our snow boots and bulky coats and go uncovered, and unencumbered, into the crisp air of spring?
I know I am! (I bet you already got warmed up from visiting Jeanne St James!)
There is a pagan Spring Celebration called Ostara which celebrates the coming of spring, new growth and fertility. Pagans celebrate by chanting, dancing and meditation. Everyone thinks about what they desire, and then passes a large paper around to write their yearning on it. The paper is then lit and the ashes from it fall into a bowl of earth. The ashes and soil are mixed together and planted to facilitate the manifestation of these desires. After this rite, the feast welcoming spring is enjoyed.
Even if you’re not a pagan, this is the time to sweep away the chill of frigid winter by welcoming the spring. Especially, Erotic Love in the Spring Time. Just like the pagan ritual, I want you to write down your deepest desire. And just like layers of winter clothing coming off, peel away those inhibitions and meditate on your truest, most hidden erotic wish. Write it down.
You can give it to a lover to make it come true. Don’t have a lover? Burn it and mix those ashes with soil and plant it. Watch that desire manifest.
Need more ideas? Looking to keep those desires stoked? Keep reading at RWBB. We have many naughty minds thinking up ways to behave badly. And many books to give away! All with ideas to kick off your Spring into high gear.