Lammas or Lughnasadh (Pronounced Loo- nah-sa) is celebrated on the first of August, and it is the First Harvest. It is honored by baking breads and making cornhusk dolls. In times past, people who grew the grains would bake their first loaf from what they had harvested, and take it to the church to be blessed. They would break the loaf into four pieces and bury it at the corners of their barn to protect and bless their harvest.
It's a time to think about what you have planted in your life and a time to reflect and be grateful for all that you have.
These goddesses are here as a reminder of all you have in life, all you have done, and all that is coming your way. Bountiful blessings are yours.