Waiting For Henry

Waiting For Henry

Waiting for Henry The air is heavy. More of a sludge than air. It is unbreathable outside, in the calm before the coming hurricane. The air smells of grey and life about to be smoked by heavy winds tearing through laying waste to the beautiful...

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How You Like Them Apples?!

How You Like Them Apples?!

https://www.wildflower-farm.com/2022/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/DSCF0210.mp4   The sky is grey, has been all day. The air is stagnant. The smoke from the wild fires on the other side of the country is terribly suffocating when added to the...

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Building an apothecary

Building an apothecary

Apothecary I have spent some time now studying herbalism through Cornell University. It has been amazing and interesting for those that love to use nature to heal.  Living out here it is rather imperative to keep an apothecary of healing herbs...

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Bannish Tea For Female Woes

Bannish Tea For Female Woes

Making Tea (dandelion, food grade lavender, cinnamon stick, fresh raspberry leaves. We should all be adults here. I know I certainly am not writing for the under age crowd. I write assuming they are busy on Tiktok, not at all interested in what I...

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Pikku, The Dog Has An Ear Infection

Pikku, The Dog Has An Ear Infection

Pikku Pikku, the dog, is a bit of a handful. Partly just because she is huge. Partly because she is all sass and teenage doggy angst. Very sweet, good heart but what a naughty one. We love her very much though certain issues have come up. The...

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My Contribution To Book Club

My Contribution To Book Club

Baked pear bowl filled with fresh granola, later garnished with whipped cream and cinnamon. This morning, was a book club brunch tea meeting. For which I made baked pear. This is so simple. The only tough part is scooping it out to create the...

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