Today is the feast day of St. David’s Mother, Saint Non.
Yesterday I went for a circular walk close to, and in, the little harbour village of Goodwick, where a ferry docks, and plies to and from Ireland. Some stretches of the walk are directly on Ffraed’s central flow, but wherever one goes in this vicinity Her centre is very close.
So, here we are at the beginning of February, and the month kicks of with 3 very powerful days. All three are to do with purification and renewal – and associated muchly with our Ffraed.
A fascinating and very enlightening interview, with surprising (perhaps) connections to the Song of Ffraed:
Feature photo: Ffraed’s well, Winter Solstice 2020
Ffraed’s beautiful Song for the Land is serenading the landscape of southwest Wales from the holy waters of St. Bride’s Bay to Strata Florida Abbey through Talley Abbey, St Dogmael’s Abbey, Whitland Abbey, St. David’s Cathedral & well over 100 more precious sacred locales to St. Bride’s Bay again.