May is many things from May Day to Mother’s Day, but it is also the month of Mary, the Blessed Virgin. I recently visited the Calvary Cemetery where my grandparents are buried and discovered a new statue across from them. It is so pure and beautiful that I had to share it.
Did you know the Tulalip tribes gave 2 million dollars for research to the Stanford University for studies using pot for treatments? One study involves using THC and CBD to treat heroin and opioid addiction. In my opinion, it sounds like trading one addiction for another. The other study is aimed at Alzheimer’s. Really? It’s…Read more »
I planted a bleeding heart in my shade plant box last year. This year it took off and is so beautiful.
I made these carrot cupcakes for my preschoolers. I got creative. Check it out.
April 7-13 is National Crime Victim’s Rights Week. It honors the past and creates hope for the future. My brother was a victim several years ago. He went to the Utility Co. in W. Seattle to pay our mother’s electric bill when someone assaulted him. The police found him unconscious. He had defensive wounds on…Read more »
I listened to Kathleen Gage’s podcast interview on her tips on how to get started, etc. Kathleen also has her own plant-based food business located in Oregon. Listen to her podcast on: https://www.powerupforprofits.com/podcastsandra. It’s only available a short time or follow Kobo podcasts for more information & other podcast s.
Rinse your strawberries and place them on a paper towel to dry. Line a baking sheet with either wax paper or parchment. Place the strawberries on the baking pan. Melt a bag of chocolate candy melts on low heat and stir often. It takes about 5 minutes. Remove from heat. Grab strawberries by stem and…Read more »