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What do you see # 40 — A message from heaven

As the monk rang six notes on the gong in the garden, six holy figures single-filed into the room, their long hair and silken robes of many hues flowing together as they moved. The only sounds aside from the now-fading sixth note of the gong were the stream tinkling outside of the window and the… Continue reading What do you see # 40 — A message from heaven

(c) all rights reserved · A2Z 2020 · essential oils · health · tea · The Complete Book of Essential Oils & Aromatherapy by Valerie Worwood

A2Z 2020 — essential oils — M — Marjoram, Sweet

Native to the Mediterranean and Eurasia, Origanum species have been cultivated in Egypt for over 3000 years, were used by the ancient Greeks since classical times and have been grown in England since the 13th century. Some of the earliest records of Origanum use date back to 1600-1200 B.C., when images of the plants were… Continue reading A2Z 2020 — essential oils — M — Marjoram, Sweet

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#MLMM First Line Friday — 1/18/19

image link Your line for this week is: “Well I think it’s funny!” For years, Ginny had been brow-beaten, gaslighted, and treated as an inconvenience with a weak mind by her husband, Geoffrey. It started when they first met. Within minutes Geoffrey was correcting her speech and giving her advice about what to choose from… Continue reading #MLMM First Line Friday — 1/18/19

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Night Brew

image link Fandango's One-Word Challenge (#FOWC) is special.  The Word Challenge of the Day is enrapture. She walked the fields and down by the stream all morning, then into afternoon, looking, smelling, and listening for her ingredients. With the ones she already had in her spice chest, there were only a few left to complete… Continue reading Night Brew