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It's Thursday, July 16th. I am very grateful I did not have anything major scheduled was so important to take time to see what fell through the cracks over the last 3 days and revamp the

to-do list.

Things got interesting quickly when I heard a car pulling into my driveway. I stepped out to meet Michael, who has been my own personal crossing guard for the day!

He told me they may be working on the widening and repaving of this road until November. That is probably good for you to know, to include in travel time when you visit.


Of course, we know that everything works with Divine and Perfect timing, right?

After returning numerous calls and emails, I stepped into the greenhouse - to find this happy little grape popping through the screen to say hello!

I pruned them back fiercely last year and they are really growing.

While I was out there, I realized how much the Spilanthes had grown...and the little Moringas trees!

Since today is a root day, which is very good for transplanting, I took everyone outside and found them all some bigger pots.

In the process of shifting them into their new living arrangements, I accidentally knocked a few leaves off.


Of course, we know there are no accidents, right?

Curious, I popped them into my mouth, because this is a superfood. It tasted like a nasturtium. Peppery! Yum!!

Later, drinking tea by the firepit, this little friend showed up.

Can you get a sense of how tiny he is?

Just about the size of my fingernail.

Just like snake's message, frog brought insight:

"This is the start of a slow and steady transformational process for you, a movement from an old life to a new" (Farmer, 2006, p.139).

(Photo credit: Cynthia)

Yes, well.

I am a microcosm of the macrocosm, so we are all experiencing major change...

Are you excited? Yay!

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