About the Design
Ēostre was an ancient heathen goddess of the dawn. Her name is where we get the name “Easter” today. Ēostre (or Ostara in Old High German) represents the coming of the spring and the beginning of a new season of growth and fertility. Even though the old heathen customs were adopted into Christianity, the modern Easter is still flush with symbols of the old Easter. Easter bunnies, decorating eggs, tulips, and other spring time motifs are still very much with us today.
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|Available with either ruled or blank pages, this hardcover 5" x 7" journal is durable and lightweight. The cover is structured and bend-resistant to protect 128 pages of quality, 90gsm paper stock.|
|A 6" x 8" spiral notebook fitted with a document pocket on the inside back cover. The cover is a malleable yet protective 350gsm material, housing 120 pages of 90gsm ruled paper stock inside.|