Tag Archives: mother nature

Grow a great cutting garden

A wise mentor once told me if you only have $5 buy yourself a loaf of bread and a single flower for happiness, then splurge with the rest of it. That advice has stuck with me. I am a lover … Continue reading

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Inclement weather and hungry!

So, have you ever had a natural disaster (flood , tornado , earthquake , windstorm or something worst?) or just been snowed in for a extended period of time? What did you eat, was it good, and what did you … Continue reading

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Snow Day!

I was going to write a detailed post about the winter weather (all negative with a few touches of sarcasm), but somehow that feels like homework  and very ungrateful on this beautiful snow day. Therefore, here’s my report in a 100 … Continue reading

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Reflection

Today would be a good time to acknowledge all your blessings. Make a list – a long list – and then take a big long soak in the tub. – calendar page

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Reflection..

“It’s not about finding new forms of positivity in life, but rather about reorienting yourself around the things that you should already be grateful for.” 

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