marycatelli (marycatelli) wrote,

seasons pass

So in the  story, years pass as the heroine finishes growing up.  

And she's in a situation where they would celebrate festivities, even with more religious emphasis than most places.  So what is there?

Hmmmmm -- 

There's going to be a harvest festivity and probably a sowing festivity.  To be accompanied with horror stories about what failure to celebrate does to your ability to be nourished by conjured food.  And one imploring justice, which gets downplayed because the courts are not close.  Only three is unlikely, though.

I have decided what to name the days of the week though:
Levinday (Levin being an old word for lightning)
Tags: bildungsroman, story time, world-building: other, world-building: religion

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