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This painting and essay tie together seemingly disparate topics—childbirth, honoring your creations, plagiarism, and Ostara, to name a few. I’d love your thoughts on this, truly. Scroll past the pic for my thoughts on it. Here is purchase info about … Continue reading
Creative process clears the mind, so we can better understand our life and ourself. I love faerie tales in which a magic door appears and opens to another world. I wanted to paint such a portal. But the story’s been … Continue reading
I just finished making dandelion oil. This is a wonderful happy sunny event. Let me share my old herbal journal notes: May 5, 2007: Put fresh dandelion blossoms in safflower oil, in crockpot for maybe five hours. (I forgot it … Continue reading
From Shirt to Skirt – Up-Cycle Project It’s snowing here, but spring is in my heart! Used-clothing stores carry hosts of men’s T-shirts in mint condition. I’m excited I figured out how to up-cycle one into a darling skirt. I … Continue reading
So Many Dandelion Blossoms, So I Can Fill with Sun April, 2012 I know why, early spring, dandelions proliferate in wild crazy abundance. The flowers are full of sunshine to restore my depleted body and spirit, replace the enormous amount … Continue reading