As we continue to celebrate spring, April gifts us with so much. In particular, we are shown so much rebirth as flowers begin to grow everywhere! We have a gardenia bush that started as a little, plant, probably costing us under 10 dollars. The plant had a hard time finding the right spot as we moved it around the yard a few times until it really took root. Now it is a … [Read more...] about April, Come She Will
This week has seemed a bit long, yet here it is Friday, and I realize I haven't posted a single thing on here since last weekend! Sometimes we just need a little time to pause or rest. In fact, in many things in life, it is during the pause or rest that all the positive things happen! When we meditate, we often talk about all the positive benefits that occur in the pause. … [Read more...] about Don’t Let the Sound of Your Own Wheels Make You Crazy
Happy Saturday, Happy Passover and happy full moon weekend! The moon will actually be full tomorrow afternoon, so we consider tonight and tomorrow night's moon, full. We call this moon the worm moon, because of the earth worms that appear from the warming soil It is also known as the sugar moon, crow moon, crust moon, chaste moon, sap moon and sore eyes moon! I guess you … [Read more...] about All the Little Ants…Angels and Moonbeams
Many years ago I heard about eating gin soaked raisins. It's at least a 30 year old (but probably much more than that) urban myth that eating GOLDEN raisins, soaked in a good gin that is made with real juniper berries, will help with arthritis pain. Just a few weeks ago, my friend Rita asked if I heard about this and after doing my research, I was inspired to give it a try. … [Read more...] about Ain’t There Nothing I Can Take?
Everything about SPRING makes me want to celebrate. Especially the colors (which is funny for a person who always gravitates to BLACK) If you find yourself in Trader Joe's and they have the tiny bundles of daffodils, do not be fooled by the fact they are small and all closed up...For $3.50 I grabbed two and brought them home and after a few hours in the vase they looked like … [Read more...] about Color My World