Celebrate Beltane and Beverage Day!

Lift a mug of Gaelic Ale

Lift a mug of Gaelic Ale

Annually celebrated on May 6, Beverage Day is a day to sit back, relax and enjoy your favorite beverage. Whether your favorite drink is hot, cold, shaken, blended, alcoholic, nonalcoholic, sour, sweet smooth, dry, freshly squeezed, frozen, etc., everyone gets to celebrate their favorite beverage. Have a fun day and if your beverage contains alcohol, remember to drink sensibly.

As you imbibe, celebrate Beltane (also called Bealtaine or Bealltainn), what the Gaelic communities call May Day. Usually held the evening of April 30th, but sometimes on May 1st, they celebrate the approach of the spring equinox and the summer solstice. Stories are shared, and a bonfire blazes. Dancing commences, and many believe spirits join in the fun. Wherever there is dancing, there are beverages, so enjoy!

Nancy Lee Badger

My Dark Highlander is out in ebook or print

Chai Tea...one of my favorites

Chai Tea…one of my favorites

find all buy links HERE

Coming soon… My Hunted Highlander

 

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About Nancy Lee Badger

Nancy Lee Badger has fond memories of growing up on Long Island. After meeting her husband while attending college in New Hampshire, and raising two handsome sons, Nancy moved to North Carolina where she writes full-time. She returns to New Hampshire every fall to volunteer with her family at the NH Highland Games, surrounded by kilts & bagpipes (and Scottish shortbread!) Nancy is a member of Romance Writers of America, Heart of Carolina Romance Writers, Fantasy-Futuristic & Paranormal Romance Writers, the Celtic Heart Romance Writers and the Triangle Association of Freelancers.

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