Tag Archives: Calendula
Yesterday was a glorious summer day; sunny and comfortably warm with no humidity plus the luxury of a refreshing breeze. Today is the Fourth of July and I’m hosting my first family barbecue. Handy thought I needed a gas grill … Continue reading
Herman the German (my father) and Uncle Bob (his brother) have an interesting relationship. My father is four years older; Uncle Bob is “the baby.” My grandparents kept a cow until “the baby” went to high school and I can … Continue reading
After I finished yesterday’s blog post, I remembered a few other possible hostess gifties. Garlic and some saved Calendula seeds. It’s local, practical, and it won’t end up in a landfill. Sure enough.
This summer, I grew Calendula. They’re pretty powerful little flowers and they sit on a solid stem. They fit perfectly behind my ear, like a pencil. I’m going to wear a Calendula flower in my hair more often, especially on … Continue reading
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