Author Archives: Ann Lovejoy

Winter Refreshment

A spunky raw salad makes a great pick-me-up A Fresh Salad & A Fresh Start Last Friday morning I gratefully got my second vaccination shot and the reaction was enlightening. While I know several dozen people who have or have … Continue reading

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Garden Valentines

Little birds embroidering the snow Gardens As Living Love Today, snow lies deep around our snug little home and the neighborhood gardens are transformed into soft humps and curves. There’s enough snow to keep most people indoors, and without traffic … Continue reading

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Cookies & Tea & Snow & Me

Cookies should taste exactly the way you love them best When Weather Isn’t Welcome Ah, spring! Bulbs are sprouting and minor bulbs are already showing their colors, from snowdrops and snowflakes to winter aconite (Eranthis) and muscari to species iris … Continue reading

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We Are Woven Into Nature

When kids look at nature, they see magic Brown Sugar Banana Bread & Nurturing The Natural Reading through numerous articles about climate change and “saving nature”, it seems as if many people who are passionate about the natural world unconsciously … Continue reading

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