t’was you who taught me ~ to pause and take a deep breath ~ to dance in the rain —© Lize Bard @ Haiku out of AfricaTeacher — Haiku out of Africa
Do we dare to Live
In this stunning grace of life?
We know: Yes we can.
I just LOVE the photography on this blog. Gorgeous.
Happy Saturday, all!
Southern Living says that some of the best edible flowers are borage (taste like cucumbers), marigold (cheaper version of saffron), hibiscus (cranberries), pansies (grassy/minty), roses (fruity), violets (sweet), and nasturtiums (peppery). I’ve also read that many daisies are sweet to eat. In addition, not only are the blooms of nasturtiums edible, but the leaves also […]
I just love this post because it reminds me of the gardening my grandparents used to do, and what I learned from them (particularly my grandmother, who preferred cultivating flowers over vegetables). ‘Tis the season for gardening, and if you do, I hope you enjoy!
whispers: what do you want, Love?
Ease, flow and beauty
And so: she dances.
Showing: Ease, Flow and Beauty.
So much gratitude.
meandering in awe ~ on the trail of deep purple ~ that brought me to you —© Lize Bard @ Haiku out of Africa
I just love Haiku out of Africa. I have shared this blog before, and I wanted to share it again.