Hidden Beauty – Spring Equinox 2020

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Hidden Beauty – Spring Equinox 2020

March 20th 2020, marked the first day of spring (also known as Spring equinox or Vernal equinox) and the last day of Winter.

Coronavirus has taken over, it’s all anyone can talk about, think about and worry about. Because of this we are forgetting and missing a lot of life’s simple pleasures/beauty while we are all caught up in today’s panic, such as Spring.

Spring season is consider the period between the Spring Equinox and the Summer Solstice. Spring is also typically consider the season of rebirth, of blossoming new life, new beginnings and growth.

With the scare of the Coronavirus at the forefront of everyone’s mind it seems as though the world has stopped moving, and almost anything goes. But lucky for us, mother nature never takes any breaks and we are once again graced with another beautiful seasonal spring equinox.

Although the world is becoming more and more unknown and scary, we can still all take a moment, to take a deep breath and open our eyes to the simple beauty that surrounds us.

A lot of people love the Spring time because its usually the season where all the baby animals are born and running around and enjoying their new life. And because our fields, gardens are patches of greenery start to sprout flowers and other beautiful plants.

Essentially, The Earth comes to life during the Spring Equinox.

Birds are making themselves known, bee’s are starting to get to work on all those beautiful flower’s sprouting up, squirrels are running around playing with each other and climbing the tree’s. With less people loitering the streets/parks the animals and wild life are trying to reclaim their places.


Not only that but due to the lock-down a LOT of people are now focusing a lot of their time and attention onto their gardens (since that’s where they are spending a lot of their time these days) and the streets have never looked more bright or colourful than they do now.

Not only that but our sunrises/sunsets are becoming more colourful and breathtaking.


Magic Pie – Children’s Book Review

A few weeks ago I had received A lovely package containing, Magic Pie by Robyn Embrey to review. A beautifully illustrated and written book made for children. I had received it wrapped up in lovely packaging and when I opened it up I was greeted with more than just the book! I’d been gifted with some colouring pages, some bookmarks and a bottle of fairy dust! How wonderful?

This enchanting rhyming children’s book takes us on Olly’s journey through magic land where he comes across some new friends who have already embarked on their own journey to find some magic to fix their own problems. All, Olly, wanted to do was make a magic pie! When they stumble across a Genie they knew they were in luck, however the Genie had a problem of his own. With the help of Olly they figure out a way to help each other and solve all problems!

This children’s book is full of magical character whom all share something in common… their need for magic. In need of help of help and no one else to turn to they all embark on this adventure together and go in search of the Genie that can grant them their wishes.

All the witty written rhymes that just so easily and naturally roll off the tip of your tongue making want to read more and more. The lovely colours and amazingly drawn illustrations makes it incredibly eye catching for children.

Now not having any children of my own I thought this book would be great for my god-daughter and so I asked my friend to read this book to her daughter and to let me know if she enjoyed it. Here’s the feed back I got:

Erin has just fallen in love with this book! I’m now being forced to read it to her at least once every night before putting to bed. She just loves the rabbit in the story and is now asking for a rabbit for her birthday.

I think this book is really good and it’s got my little girl obsessed with it. I can’t wait to see what other books

Over all I’d give this a 5/5 star rating. This is a fantastic book that everyone who reads to their children should check out and buy for their child/kids and I can’t wait to see what else the amazing Robyn will bring out next!

Click Here to be directed to amazon so you can add that book to your child/children’s shelves.

“Olly was in the kitchen, making magic pie; One to make him magic, and one to make him fly.”

Magic Pie ~ Robyn Embrey