pronunciation | ‘ven-ters notes | Scots is a language distinct from Scottish English and Scottish Gaelic. Venters as used here has no relation to venter, deriving from ventral, meaning the underside of an animal’s body.
You are going to be a great wife, and an amazing mother. I can't wait for those days. The thought of laying my head on your prego belly makes me do happy. Knowing our little life is in there. A life that we will give so much love. I just woke up for a sec to give you some love. I'll be out again in a second. Love you, cakes. Kisses.
Cerridwen was worshipped by the ancient Celts as a Goddess of knowledge, the underworld and the waning moon, and was said to possess a magickal cauldron, filled with the secrets of life itself. Shown here with flowing white hair that represents her Crone aspect, Cerridwen stands stirring her cauldron, surrounded by magickal vapors that drift into the winter forest.
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