Those Small Little Gifts —- Sunday, March 1, 2020

I was walking back from the smallest field, where Terry and I were working yesterday, when I came across a rock in the shape of a heart

O! THE JOY!  A Heart Rock!

Then I noticed the rock next to the heart—-ah! I see! I thought.  Once just an odd-shaped rock, now suddenly a different one..full of love.

Driving home Friday from the District Basketball tournament,  just chilling there in the sky was a beautiful Sundog.

In three days—which is Monday we are to see a cool down to colder weather.

Ah, well!  It ’tis March.  I would rather have the Lion March at the first of the month, than the last of the month.

From my world to your heart,




18 thoughts on “Those Small Little Gifts —- Sunday, March 1, 2020

  1. I agree with you — I much prefer that March come in like a lion rather than go out like one. Unfortunately (?) today is a beautiful Spring-like day on the Plateau here in Tennessee.


      • Honey. Hush. I wish I could say I didn’t understand but, sadly…I know too well.

        One of the things that helped me heal fast and get rid of that nasty bacteria was filling up with anti-bacterial/anti-viral foods. I drank a LOT of organic bone broth with raw garlic & onions, ginger tea, turmeric tea, moringa tea, honey in my teas, pineapple, pomegranate juice, apple cider vinegar, coconut milk yogurt… I tried some horseradish but, LAWD! Watered my eyes. I guess it works but, I couldn’t use much of it. I’ve never tried oregano oil but, I understand it is really good. Fermented foods help, too.

        I hope you heal fast. It is no fun.


        • I know you know.. I am coping what you wrote and going SHOPPING. I’m still fighting the posion and can’t take anymore of the amoxicillin. Built up and immunity. So figure. SO THANK YOU.


          • After my bad reaction to my penicillin drug, I went the “food” way. I didn’t have much choice. I love yogurt but, milk yogurt is pasteurized. Heating milk just destroys all the beneficial enzymes and warps the proteins. I don’t drink milk. Haven’t in many, many years. And, I only consume raw milk cheeses.

            I am an organic nut so, most everything I consume is organic.

            Keep me posted. WELCOME.


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