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Lessons From a Child (as taught by our granddaughter)

puddle

Sometimes you have to stop and jump in a puddle…for no reason at all.

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And take a break to sit in the sun…

bumble

Spend lots of time with friends….

pout

Don’t sweat the small stuff…

enchanted

See everything as if it were the first time.

Wishing you all a sense of wonder, enchantment, a prosperous spring, and an amazing farming season!

 

 

Author:

Katie Lynn Sanders is a Master Herbalist, the author of seven books, has been a speaker on sustainable living, and loves all things wine, regenerative agriculture, homesteading, travel, food, arts, crafts, books, and finding enchantment and inspiration in the smallest things. She lives on a one acre farm with her husband, fourteen chickens, three ducks, a giant Pyrenees, two goats, five cats, and visiting children and grandchildren in southern Colorado.

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