~ Urania's Inspiration
~Thrifting ~ Sewing ~ Soap-Making ~ Repurposing ~ & Other Endeavors ~
What a pretty place. It must be fun for Nathan to have a place to go exploring.
I guess all of the good smelling soaps you and Nathan make,kept them at bay.I wish you had just a fraction of our rainfall. It has been bad the last week or so. Tornado outbreaks every day and flooding everywhere.I'm ready for a little sunshine.
Hi Nancy- yes it's awesome. My property is pretty open so it's nice to be able to walk in the "forest" so close to home.Hi Sue- we finally got some rain yesterday, along with tornadoes. They were all around us, thankfully we didn't get hit but people to the east did.
How beautiful. I grew up on a huge ranch and trekking out to the back forty where vegetation and critters abounded...I remember those awe-inspiring moments, alone, with nature and God. I love how you take the time to recognize the wonders of the earth we city folks take for granted!
good thing you didn't get bitten!Loved the pics!ThanksLeontien
Kim- I realize I know nothing about you!I'm enjoying getting to know you.I'm trying really hard to get into a better, calmer state of mind. Nature/God helps me be calm and nicer. The everyday world with all it's noise and traffic puts me on edge, which makes me be not so nice..Leontien, Thanks, off to see about wedding #2.
Apparently, there is a growing urban foraging movement in some places, mostly California and Oregon. But, I also found this site: http://www.foragingtexas.com/
Terry, the reason for the priest you'll find out tomorrow in wedding #3...Thanks!Leontien
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