Our travels took us to Maine this month for our last AnimeCon in Portland, which was very slow, but successful. I had the surprise of my life when two friends showed up to say hello. I hadn't seen them in at least 25 years! And afterwards, dinner with my niece. What a day!We had a … Continue reading Nuances of November
Hot, Humid & Dry July…Ugh!
Sweet Potato Flat Bread
Recipe from popular YouTuber, Stacy, from Off Grid With Doug and Stacy 1 cup sweet potato, boiled & peeled1 cup flour (sprouted wheat or other)1/2 tsp salt2-3 Tbsp coconut oil (or other oil for frying) Peel and mash the sweet potato. Mix in the salt and flour until the dough is not sticky. Add more … Continue reading Sweet Potato Flat Bread
My Garden Tower® 2 Delivery
I am wicked excited! I just received my 50-Plant Composting Garden Tower 2 yesterday! Many of you know I am an avid gardener and I try new things in my garden each growing season. I put in a hugelkultur a few years ago; self-watering 5 gallon buckets last year; many raised beds; tried a stagnant … Continue reading My Garden Tower® 2 Delivery
You all know what my fitness workspace looks like but are you curious as to what my "other" workspace is like? October starts the last quarter of the year and most retailers are on high alert putting out every seasonal item on an early schedule. Although, Halloween items were minimal in my store, Fall decorations … Continue reading October Highlights
Autumn in New England
Happy Autumn, y'all! What a beautiful fall we are having this year and such a treat to divert our attention away from these very uncertain times we have endured so far. I hope you are all safe and sound and keeping busy, active and having some Fall fun! I know some of you have been … Continue reading Autumn in New England
August Around the Homestead
Hello again! It is August 2020 this summer has been hotter and more humid than usual, and without much rain. It is still quite warm and humid and we are finally getting some rain these last few days. Hurricane season is more active this year as well, and we lost another tree in the last … Continue reading August Around the Homestead
The new Coronavirus may not show sign of infection for many days. How can one know if he/she is infected? By the time they have fever and/or cough and go to the hospital, the lung is usually 50% Fibrosis and it's too late (Fibrosis is not reversible). Serious excellent advice by Japanese doctors treating COVID-19 … Continue reading Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Bloom Where You Are Planted
Join me for the fun, interesting and enlightening 10-Day Gratefulness Challenge and choose to make life happen on your terms. You are meant to have an amazing life. You are meant to wake up every day filled with inspiration and excitement for the day ahead. If you feel you are not living with excitement and … Continue reading Bloom Where You Are Planted
Rain, Rain, Go Away!
Oh. My. Goodness. Springtime in New England is wonderful and just as colorful as Autumn! Have you noticed how long the Forsythias stayed in bloom? Those are the bright burst of yellow color we see first in early spring. Have you taken an early morning walk in the damp fog and noticed all that is … Continue reading Rain, Rain, Go Away!
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