Open doors, open minds, hope and peace we want to find, we look around, up and down, all through the days of beautiful happy ways, glorious wondrous chances to stay in the loving way of being clear and being near peace and love – deborahMills © 2020’
The more we work on being positive, the more life seems to flow easier and smoother. Our minds will train to think and see the positive. These thought processes will become habit. We will see things from all sides and learn to decide wise choices and decisions through seeing both the light and dark but choosing the lighter side of the situation. Believing in our dreams will help us have the dreams as we take the necessary steps to achieve them. And we can build our dreams. Dream on, Dream big, Dream
Animal totems: Bull frog: Bro Bullfrog is the big male frog that is the stud of the pond. His loud bull horn song attracts his food as well as his mate to him. His totem is around the water flowing with spirit, so he is more of a thinker of dreams, then a doer. He sits lazily on the water lily pad, just using his long tongue to achieve his goals. His totem reminds us we can sit and dream to decide how to use our intelligence and instinct rather than work so hard while his medicine shares to work smart not hard.
Healthy hippie hints: Onions are considered a good way to add flavor and more consistency to the dish and meal. The skins we don’t eat, sometimes we have left over scraps. An onion can be cut and make other slips or plants out of the remains. Of course putting them in the compost pile is okay but we need to be careful about this. Planting onions around asaparagus or any type of peas is not recommended so using compost with these plants is not wise either. We can plant onions around chamomile and summer savory as onions will improve their flavor. Planting onions around beets, brassicas, carrots, dill, kohlrabi, leeks, lettuce, strawberries and tomatoes is okay. Sometimes with our livestock, cows, pigs, goats, horses and chickens will eat onions. Yet this is not really recommended. Cows and goats eating onions will taint their milk making it sour. Horses much like with green apples will get belly aches, chickens eggs may get a sour taste, with pigs if we are using them as meat source the thought is it will taint the taste of the meat. So disposing of onions is a bit tricky. My best healthy hippie advice is to use a dicer or shredder to shred very very small, and put in food dryer or out in sun to dry, to use later in foods asking for onion powder or salt. We can dry the onion with some kosher, sea or regular salt to make the onion salt. If we put our onion on In the sun, put a thin layer of clear plastic or wax paper on top, because the songbirds don’t need to eat onions either!!
I am here my usual hours this am, until 12;30 pm, then again at 5:30 pm central. May the fairies dance around each of us today. Love ya, Me,