This one was hard. The four friends had travelled several hours to meet with me. They sat in my living room enjoying their tea, laughing and talking to one another. I watched my cats. They always alert me when I need to pay special attention to someone. Booboo, my sweet, chubby, old black cat was sitting … More Tales of a Medical Intuitive
I am done reading seed catalogues for the season. I got my extensive order in and am dreaming and scheming up all sorts of garden plans. From indoors, on my sofa, with a cup of great coffee and my sleeping farm dog who doesn’t love cold. All that dreaming aside, this is the time for … More Winter Book List 2019
These cold days are quiet and sweet. I am trying this year not to immediately begin pining for spring and planting season. I figured I won’t even look at seed catalogues (oops) or plan out my garden (weeelll…), but I am enjoying the relaxation. You know, spring and summer is filled with baby animals, and … More Winter Evenings and What Are You Reading?
During the summer I often only have time to read magazines between farmer’s markets and gardening, and babysitting, and the shop (and soon to be a full blown urban farm), but in the winter I have more time. The sun goes down earlier, I am called to warm sheets quicker, tea by my side, a … More Top Five Books for Winter Reading
A time for rest, a time for play, a time for work. Balance. I am great at all but the first one. I feel like I have been going really fast for forty years! I sit down to read but there is something more pressing to do. I try not to make lists, to just … More Winter Rest (and making it last all year!)
We are geared up to hit the farmer’s market today. We have orders, and vegetables, and customers to meet today. I have been moving at the speed of light all summer, with to-do lists that would take three days if I looked at them realistically! I woke up gearing to go. Doug was up all … More The Do Nothing Day