Unlike my sister, I am of the opinion that the best adventures are to be found in books. There is no information that is not better acquired from scholarly texts than personal experience, the latter of which is often filled with nasty sentient plants, undead antagonists, and bad breath. I prefer to remain within serious and therefore altogether more exciting realms of libraries, studies, and stationery closets. No footnote shall be left unread, no tome shall be left undesecrated.
A Little History of Women's Christmas: An Irish Festive Tradition
Women's Christmas was an Irish tradition of acknowledging and celebrating the work women put into the festive season. Occurring on the feast of the Epiphany on January 6th, this was a quiet yet important celebration which continues today.