Sunday, October 28, 2012

Gratitude Sunday

Joining Taryn again this Sunday, over at Wooly Moss Roots for 

G r a t i t u d e  *  S u n d a y
{Sunday's heartfelt tradition. A time to slow down, to reflect, to be grateful. A list of gratitudes.} 
 
glowing calendula
 
This week I'm grateful for

- Watching all my plants grow glowy and full with 4 days of rain. It's been a long time since the last good rain.

- The healing power of plants. Making some medicinal honey to ease a scratchy throat fed my soul and helped me feel better.

- A lesson learned and relearned and learned again. In the words of a friend, "Invitation not expectation."

- The cradle of loving-kindess that gives me such rest and healing.

- Some warmer than usual weather after the rains, making the early dark skies much more enjoyable.

- The moonlight these past few nights. Brilliant and bathing. Keeping me present.


5 comments:

montana mama said...

Your calendula looks so wonderful glowing in the sun! We are having snow and our first frost came the end of August so mine are long gone. Isn't it so wonderful making homemade herbals to heal our bodies?

momto5 said...

honey and herbs are so amazing!

Sarah Miller said...

Yes-a practice of loving-kindness is so healing. :) May all beings everywhere be happy and at peace of heart.

Sarah @ Give-the-Rest

Leslie said...

Thank you for your words, everyone. So nice to see you here and share in the wonder of all the ways we can heal. Love to you all.

Taryn Kae Wilson said...

Leslie,
You have such a beautiful way with herbs. Thanks for sharing.

Love,
Taryn