As she begins to break through to the girl, sparks begin to fly with Brad, but she is shocked to find out that he may want to buy the school's property.Devoted father and husband Tom Chandler dies in a car accident, but appears as a ghost to his teenage son Jonathan.The Baldr legend is covered in the Norse pages – and the fertility symbolism below: The most obvious fertility aspect is that, as an evergreen growth on a deciduous host, mistletoe, as a parasitic can be seen as symbolic of the continuing ‘life-force’ (and vitality/fertility) of the host tree through the winter (which may be particularly significant if the tree is your sacred oak – see Druidic traditions). The fertility imagery is enhanced by European mistletoe’s shape and form – the forking paired branches, paired leaves and berries full of white sticky juice hint of sexual organs in shape, and in content.
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Mistletoe trading is a relatively modern concept – probably only dating from the mid-19th century when kissing under mistletoe had become popular across the UK (and abroad in English-speaking countries).
Since much of the country had little or no mistletoe (see distribution pages) an organised harvest and trade began to be established.
Mistletoe’s association with the Christian festival of Christmas is more coincidental than genuine.
The plant has had a special place in mid-winter customs for a very long time, and its use pre-dates Christianity.
The mistletoe auctions at Tenbury have a long history – at least 100 years.
They seem to be the sole survivor of may have been a common sight in the market towns of the ‘three counties’ (Herefordshire, Worcestershire and Gloucestershire) from the mid 19th century onwards.
Susan Chandler just fills the screen with chemistry and energy.