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A Magical Morning

It was one of those mornings where I felt truly connected to my Divine purpose. The kindergarteners, fascinated by the beetles they found on the corn yesterday while learning about pollination, arrived early this morning to help me hand pick … Continue reading

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Lessons from the Garden: Keep Digging

At the farm on Monday, we harvested sweet potatoes. Sweet potatoes are root vegetables that grow in the ground. From the surface you only see leaves and stems, but if you dig down deep enough, you will find a sweet surprise. Harvesting sweet … Continue reading

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Life lessons from plants: Growing in a suitable environment

Different plants are best suited for different environments. While many plants have adaptations for surviving harsh conditions, prolonged exposure to less than ideal growing conditions can result in stunted growth or worse, plant death. For example, a mango seed can … Continue reading

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“Life’s a garden…so dig it!” A Dedication to the late, great Amy Applegate

Some people come into our lives but for a brief moment, yet have a profound and lasting impact. Today’s post is in honor of one such person, the visionary, enthusiastic, and loving Amy Applegate. Amy and I first met in … Continue reading

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The what if’s and the garden

For any of us that have ever been diagnosed with a chronic condition or disability, there always exists in the back of our minds the what-ifs and will-I’s. What if I get a flare-up? Will I consistently be gainfully employed? … Continue reading

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