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What's In It For Them?

One of my guilty pleasures is reading the daily horoscope—mine, my husband’s, my kids, my grandkids. Usually I just feel silly wasting time; sometimes something strikes me as (almost) profound. 528 more words


Wrapt in Self-absorption

Dance 2014; Collage and colored pencil on paper. 
h11 x w8.5 in.

Wrapt in self-absorption,
I search the pages of my past.
A journey of destruction and wanton pleasures, 116 more words


Slow Down, Breathe, and Plant a Garden

A cultural observation has led to an interesting hypothesis. I mentioned that spring had sprung here in Germany and within the first week of better weather, people are in their gardens: cleaning, shaping, trimming, pruning, and preparing. 715 more words


Henna Origin and Cultivation

Cultivation and Origin

Historically, henna was used for cosmetic purposes in Ancient Egypt or Carthage, as well as other parts of North Africa, the… 108 more words


Spring Equinox Blessings

Listening to the Call of Spring. The elemental dance of a thunderstorm. Reveling in the sensation of rain against my skin. The smell of new life on the breeze, a gentle hint. 69 more words

Coffee 2 (Cultivation)

Jake Uys, co-owner of  YUM Eat Cafe, loves his coffees. He creates the tasteful coffee creations; preferable slow-brewed and sometimes with a time-consuming manual finishing touch. 860 more words

YUM Eat Cafe

Agriculture and Environmental Basics: Soybeans

To many people, the term “soy” still invokes images of vegetarians in hemp clothing eating tofurkey burgers or maybe that dark brown stuff that you get 50 packets of with Chinese takeout.  785 more words