October 25, 2009

Introducing Hadynn, Femme of the flames

Hadynn was named for the Welsh goddess Hadyn. The word means little fire and the fire she represents is energy, life giving energy. The fire we need to accomplish our tasks.Think of the warmth of a summers day.

Her feet tread firmly on the earth, in fact she still carries traces of moss from her walk in the woodlands. Her pendant is a copper fire goddess, a reminder of who and what she can be. She carries a gold coloured sun and zodiac symbol the back of which is a moon and stars.

There is no limit on what she can achieve should she wish it.

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