You Are Our Love! Unless You Die, then You Are Not.

At the beginning of the year, my Piano Man and I went to the Mexican Caribbean Coast for our honeymoon—yes, we enjoyed our honeymoon before getting married (more on that bit later. I promise). Anyhoo, a tiny NĂ­spero seed followed us home *cough, cough, cough*. I planted the seed, and it sprouted on the first day of spring.

The other day, while watering the wee plant, I looked from my Piano Man to the plant and smiled. “Isn’t it wonderful that we have a living honeymoon tree?” I said.

“It’s a perfect baby,” he said, giving me a tight hug. Then he walked to the plant, and in his most tender baby talk, added, “You are our love! Unless you die, then you are not.”

I laughed, okay, I actually cackled with heart, gut and soul. I also kissed him, saying, “See, that’s why I adore you so much. You are my mad and delicious kind of perfect love.” After the kissing and the… yeah, some of that… I grabbed my ever-present notepad and wrote the title of this post, thanking my Piano Man for the spark for a fitting Beltane entry.  

On this May Day, I wish the Divine (and your own efforts) keep you close (or get you closer) to the one (or ones) who can give you the kind of loving you want and need in your life; the kind of feeling that makes the soul cackle with bliss and inspires the heart to appreciate all living things. On this day and always, may we be in love and lust. *If that is what we want, of course*

Happiest and most blessed Beltane to you, Wicked Luvs of my witchy heart!

To the Piano Man with the sexiest of all legs, “I love you, love you, love you;
and I’m crazy about the way you love me back… and often.”

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  1. Magaly, those are beautiful Beltane wishes, thank you for them! I wish the same for you. You and your Piano Man make such a beautiful couple. I love his practicality: "You are our love! Unless you die, then you are not." Please tell him I said thank you for a good, hearty laugh (which I really needed).

    Blessings,

    Victoria

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    1. I shall tell him, indeed. I've always told him that he has the gift of love and laughter. It's very nice to hear it from someone else. ;-)

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  2. I almost *squeeee'd* with delight at this beautiful post, and have tears of joy in my eyes, squeezed out by the enormous grin you just gave me :D Blessed Beltane to you also <3 XXX

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    1. I went around the house cackling like an idiot for quite sometime after this happened. It was almost impossible to hold on to the anecdote, in order to share it on Beltane. But hooray! I did it. I'm quite proud of my self-restrain, LOL!

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  3. Happy May Day to you! Wash your face in the morning dew, make a picnic, get drunk, eat lots and then roll Mr Piano Man around on the ground. Me? It's my turn to go to the dentist....

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    1. I might have to grab my Piano Man and kind off settle on the ground to cuddle gently--I have another dentist appointment today, too!

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  4. LOL, that story makes me giggle happily

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    1. It makes you giggle happily because you know that we both have been blessed with goofy loves who hold the power to our happy laughing bone.

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  5. That totally IS the perfect baby :)
    Beltane/Walpurgis/Valborg brings back some really painful and troublesome memories for me, so even if I really enjoy a good fire I am doing nothing for this holiday, except spending time with my cats.

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    1. I hope you and the kitties can build some lovely new memories over the old pain. I wish, I wish, I wish!

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  6. You're so naughty! I adore how much you two are clearly in love and that you think the same way.
    Your little honeymoon plant is so sweet, I'm still chuckling at Piano man's words :)

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    1. That we do. It is so easy to love him, and I never thought anyone could give me that. And he makes it look so easy to love me, and that is a miracle, lol!

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  7. I have no difficulty at all in imagining you and your Piano Man assuming the roles of the Lord and Lady, and dancing around your Honeymoon Plant.

    Beltane Blessings <3

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    1. We shall dance and then down the treats currently held in my libation bottles. Then the dancing might get a bit more grabby. ;-D

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  8. Beautiful!!! Happiest of Beltaines to you!!! <3

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    1. Thank you, may yours be blessed, too! ♥

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  9. Nice to see your honeymoon tree going strong.I love the feel of 1 May. It seems like New Years to me.

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    1. I know that feeling you speak of; the earth feeling happy, filling with newness and gifts... so much to come; "like New Years" indeed. ;-)

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  10. Now I have aching teeth! Awe!....I seriously wish you Love , Health and continued Happiness, young love is the best kind! xoxoDebi

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    1. Aching teeth? No!!! I send you all kinds of happy wishes (and no pain at all!).

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  11. Oh you have made this morning of Beltane such a joyful one. I love your honeymoon tree and I am very proud of the restraint that you showed not sharing this "gem" of a statement before now. It is perfection as is your and Williams love for each other.................smiling and humming as I leave for the doctor.....................Oma Linda

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    1. I hope all went well at the doctors, and that s/he approved of your smiling and humming. ;-)

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  12. In years past I always did elaborate displays for Beltane of the other days of celebration. I have found in my advancing years (which I'm most unhappy about) that sometimes the simple honors the celebration as well and many cases much better. I think your honeymoon tree is a perfect example of that.

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    1. I think the best rites are the ones that pop out of our hearts without planning. Maybe you needed those elaborate celebrations then, you know?

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  13. And now I'm craving Sapodilla...Nispero? In twelve years of living somewhere where they grow everywhere, I've never gotten a seed to spring. Good for you, Witch. I love your Piano Mans declaration. I may have to put it in my garden or perhaps in Someone Else's garden. ;-) Beltane Blessings to you and yours, dear Magaly.

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    1. Maybe you just need the proper soil for that seed. Then boom! You'll basket after basket for the fruits. Hope your Beltane was a hot lovely time in your heart, my Sarah!

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  14. Love the photos of you & the piano man - you are still the happiest looking couple in NYC I'm sure!! Must be that early honeymoon! Heartfelt post!

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    1. That honeymoon before getting married does make the soul giggle at all sort of strange (and beloved) moments, lol!

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  15. Magaly, you always put the biggest smile in my heart! Thank you ;o) I was doing my happy dance before I started writing ;o) I love your honeymoon tree ;o) I know this is late, but a very Blessed Beltane ;o) xoxoxo

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    1. You are never late in the cyber-home! Your smiles and happy dances are always in time, my Stacy. I hope you had a Blessed (and yummy) Beltane!

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