finding tenderness ~ in this still togetherness ~ of a windless day —© Lize Bard @ Haiku out of Africa
I just LOVE the photography on this blog. Gorgeous.
Happy Saturday, all!
I’m a glass half-full, see the silver lining through my rose-coloured glasses kind of person. At a summer job as a teenager, my co-workers made me a name tag saying “Painfully Perky”. I fill the “Good Things that Happened” box in my weekly planner to the brim. I’ve lived through trauma and abuse, and – […]
This week I am sharing a piece from Karen Lowry that was thoughtful and I could relate to it.
Happy weekend, 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!
Some have suggested that Munch the Dogi has yoga and meditation down to a fine art. If you celebrated World Mediation Day on 21st May with some Zen and blissed out way of being by meditating, you will appreciate Munch’s take on his favourite past time. If you are new to meditation, Munch has kindly […]
Oh my goodness I love this so much. Many of you know I like to write about meditation and yoga. Here’s a fresh and original take on the theme. Hope you enjoy. Happy Memorial Day weekend!
What’s in the way of a more compassionate relationship with ourselves?
One of my favorite bloggers writes about a topic near and dear to my heart. Read up and give Julie some love, won’t you?
Cheers & happy Mother’s Day weekend (for those in the U.S.),