I’ve been gone from my hometown for sixteen sweet and sometimes bitter years. Looking back, the memories give me a sense of pride and rejoice. Though some thoughts remain fuzzy, it’s clear that growing up in my hometown was a mesmerizing experience. Nevertheless the paramount mentioning of my mother who passed away and whose ashes were set […]
Weeping Willow declining on its own Looking for a deep place A place with shadows A place to call home.
Extra, extra, read all about it — America is made in China! Thanks to the corporate heads flying over countries waging the next swoop of people willing to work for low wages. All while polluting the planet with ignorance.
“Waste not the smallest thing created, for grains of sand make mountains, and atomies infinity” –Eric Knight Light pollution interferes with night time viewing in a spectrum of ways. Light pollution casts limitations to not only astronomers but ecologists and other scientists as well.
Herbs and essential oils have historical based benefits and are fused with an endless amount of uses. Some essential oils help boost mental clarity and make learning and study much more productive and pleasant.
October 1, 2015, was a glorious day, when a set of two brother bob kittens were released into the Texas wilderness. Their den was destroyed by Houston area construction. Mother bobcat was nowhere to be found. Urbanization closed in on the wide-opened prairie and field they called home.
So I had a special order for my Texas pecan oil infused beard balm for the King. As I try to relax from a very busy weekend, I add the frankincense to the beard balm and I just suddenly feel calm. As I made it, my son comes up and wants to help.
Today was a day of many sorts. Breath in. Breath out. I encountered many emotions throughout. What to do on facing change. Do I sit here in my most imperfect moment and embrace all that is flowing in, good and bad? Karate chop! Zig Zag. Crunch boom bang. I say, sure why not.