Friday, November 20, 2015

Let's talk about diffusers, shall we?
Our mind creates powerful connections between scents and emotions, memories.  I can still "smell" the smell of the "haymow"( look that word up, how long has it been since you have heard that used?) in the barn at my grandparents farm.  The smell of hay always takes me back to my childhood.   The farm, the cows, and so on.  Like your memories of Christmas are likely of a fresh cut tree, diffusing essential oils will bring back those memories and emotions and build new memories for you and those around you.  In years to come will coming to "Auntie's house remind them of Cloves, Cinnamon and Eucalyptus, the most prominent smells of Thieves???  
In my case I suspect this will be the case!! 

Once you begin diffusing, you will venture into "recipes"  be it for health, aromatherapy, meditation, you will experiment with different recipes.  the chart below will give you some new ideas!!

Do try something new today!
Of course, the diffuser is a part of the Starter kit and a bargain at that! the price of a new kit is 160$ you can see that the diffuser is a bargain in the kit!  11 oils, diffuser, samples...what a deal! (Truly!)
If I have succeeded in tempting you:  my member#2287623 can be entered on the new member form
 @Young or please contact me and I will help you personally.

That is my sales pitch for honor of my 1st anniversary with Young Living (I joined one year ago in November!)I will "sweeten the pot"  25$ off your kit and a bonus oil too!!
Join me and enjoy the benefits that Young Living Essential Oils has to offer you

Thursday, September 3, 2015

Check it out...Photo Shoot 101

Drink it in, I cannot wait to do more!

Karter!!!  One week old

Fast asleep

Finally, teensy awake

Callie, 1 month

New Mama Elyssa and big brother Kayden

Kayden on his trampoline

Callie's card made by Great GreatAunt Nancy
Card for Karter by Great Great Aunt Nancy

 Let's get this straight...I love my Heavenly Blues!!!  They are just getting started, oh, that they burst out as do the Purple ones, they take over everywhere they sprout!!!

My purple swing, should have done it years ago!

A tour of the yard shows the Japanese Anemone is starting to will be with us til frost.

The autumn clematis has never been more beautiful, this is the side towards the driveway

and this is from inside, with a huge pokeberry that the catbird is busy nibbling on!

My pots out front from the "cart special" end of season prizes.  I will keep my begonias over...

Our planting of sod around the new a/c is taking well, I am pleased.

That is Bubblegum pink hanging basket in background, does it ever perform..this is from MAY!!

My purple ladder, and some of the 1/2 "stuff" from Lowes, Gotta get it into the ground.

Rosemary, Lavender, Plumeria,all sharing this space

Closeup of Spanish Flag, I like it, hope it comes back with a vengence!

Barn Lily, love it

Hummingbird Vine andSpanish Flag vine
taller than the roof!

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Oh! Wow!! It has been over a year since I have blogged, I am going to catch up a bit.

So much has happened and I did not document it, except on Facebook and my photos.  I will do better, I shall do better, do you hear me?

Things I am working on:
Cards from last month's class

Birthday cards, Rose and Kane

Baby card for Emily/Callie

Callie received a new cousin last night, Karter...7.7  Twins Emily and Elyssa with babies 2 weeks apart, give or take a day or so!

My love for essential oils, learning and helping us all feel better without the chemicals and drugs!!
I began this journey back in November, so far, Mac escaped his annual bronchitis routine (Eucalyptus), his snoring is 100% better, almost all gone!!( Valor) My sinus is treated with Breath Again and Allergy Trio.  my occasional run-ins with sticks and brush...bad for my shins...Mel A aka Tea Tree Oil, Lavender, Frank, andClove. I bleed profusely for a time because I am on blood thinners.(Mechanical Heart Valve)

I spent all morning researching who else is drinking from the hummingbird feeder...finally found out.....would you believe this is a female Baltimore Oriole?!  I saw her yesterday and at first glance thought, "why is a robin on the hummingbird feeder, then at second glance, no, too small for a robin and it is not a robin..only had my eyes, no phone, camera, today out kitchen window I spied her again, grabbed it all and went outside to await her coming back to feeder, I was to the computer I went you think this female hummer is wondering who is this on my feeder?

Amazing. wonder if that is how this particular feeder is always so empty and I am just now seeing who the culprit is??  At one time I thought it was bats drinking from it in the night.  That supposition was really enforced when I saw a bat flying over the pool one night as I was brushing it down late.  Makes you wonder?