Category Archives: Healing

Twisting

Twisting, Turning Drunk on the powerful potion Lost Not on the green grass, but the pavement. Cohorts nearby, but still alone Will you climb onto my hat? picked up and carried to safety? Twist away a spiral a dance a … Continue reading

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Prayers of Trees

Trees are the portals of prayers guided into heaven.                              —Tea Leaf Gardens

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Watering

Part of my Spring gardening rituals is getting ready to water. Watering is an important part of gardening, but it’s tricky. I want to be wise in how I use the water. This is part of my partnership I want … Continue reading

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The Way In

Sometimes the way to milk and honey is through the body. Sometimes the way in is a song. But there are three ways in the world: dangerous, wounding, and beauty. To enter stone, be water. To rise through hard earth, … Continue reading

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Calendula Revival

As I mentioned in my post, Solstice, my calendula plants didn’t make it through the winter freeze this year. I was intending to plant seeds this Spring to begin again. However, while hand weeding, I noticed several calendula starts already. … Continue reading

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Spring Sales Begin!

This Saturday, April 5th, heralds the beginning of the April Spring Sales. The Audubon Society Plant Sale consistently has one of the nicest selection of native plants that work well in the Pacific Northwest. One of my favorite eco-friendly growers, … Continue reading

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Bringing the Outdoors In II

Spring lures out my favorite flowers – the daffodils. Combined with forsythia, their sunny cheerfulness chases away winter doldrums. We’re a little late for St David’s Day (March 1), but we still enjoy the flowers named for him. And many … Continue reading

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