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Here’s a record of my recent experiences with essential oils so far: Burned my baby finger getting homemade chips out of the oven. Immediately put lavender and Melaleuca oils on it and the pain was gone. Next day there was … Continue reading
And I helped!
This accident in Buellton, CA provided an opportunity for a synchronicious rescue. The BMW with a mother and two children inside were rear-ended by a trailer truck. They were pushed half-way through the rail and dangled over the ravine below. … Continue reading
posted by Deepak Chopra Aug 4, 2011 5:01 am Though we may not understand it, the essential truth of the universe is that it’s synchronistic and coincidental. Everything is connected with everything else, and if we are in synch with … Continue reading
Got this book out of the library at Thanksgiving but never read it. My son-in-law, Golden, did though, and when he told me it changed his life, I had to give it another go. I’ve never been a very good … Continue reading
10 Moments of Happiness (in order of their happening) : Two weeks with Vanessa in Italy Family Reunion at Thanksgiving (all 7 grands in one place and time–doesn’t get any better!) Vanessa’s and Ben’s wedding Phone messages/calls from Chase (“Hi … Continue reading
Wednesdays are Farmers’ Market days in Tumwater. Today I went fully prepared, after reading an article on 10 Mistakes to Avoid at the Farmers’ Market. I had to watch for a break in the rain deluges, but managed to get … Continue reading
I grew up in the 60s. I wore bell-bottoms, and tie-dyed shirts and my music was Donovan, Bob Dylan, The Beatles and the Beach Boys. And I read Richard Brautigan (In Watermelon Sugar; The Revenge of the Lawn, Trout Fishing … Continue reading
So, I went to get my cholesterol tested once more, even though I had been a week off the statins already. The day I did the blood work, I had an appointment with my doctor, so I asked him about … Continue reading