Las week I decided to surprise Munchkin, once ready for school I requested he changed. Confused, he followed instructions. I got him in the car and away we went.
One of my cherished periods of my life is when I was blessed with the opportunity of being P.R. & Funds Director for an environmental foundation, ARVITA. Here are some of those moments I never want to forget.
When 2 of my favorite things collide.
Delicious and nutritious!
Bananas are rich in Potassium, Phosphorus, Calcium and Magnesium making them fab for an energy boots for plants.
One of my clients called yesterday. There is a great swamp in the middle of his backyard so, first thing I asked, “Do you have the blue prints?”.
Looking at me like a deer in front headlights he took a gulp and muttered, “No.”
Sturdy, delicate and elegant Zephyranthes go fab with the Pty weather.
One of my favorite Aussies, Mr. Chet Faker with some great vibrations!
Sound is transmitted in the form of waves that travel through a medium, such as air or water. As the sound travels it causes the particles in the medium to vibrate. Plants do not “hear” the music. They feel the vibrations of the sound wave.
Vibrations picked up by the plant accelerate the protoplasmic movement in the cells. This stimulation then effects the system and may improve performance, such as the manufacture of nutrients that develop a stronger and better plant.
Just a glimpse of me.
I would like to invite you all to accompany me in a moment of reflection, as I ask a simple question, “Where do we stand?”
As a child I visited Nicaragua, an uncle gifted me this poem. Yrs later in Isla Grande I made this little shrine. When I was taking the picture I was transported to a memory of years before.