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May 19, 2010

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eve

Mmmm, what a luscious & full post. I spent today walking around to my roses & guiding rain water from their blossoms into my palm so I could have a sip.

Sallie

such a lovely post - you have so elegantly expressed the intricate relationships and discoveries, and the love, of seminar

Susan M

so beautiful to read this...i could smell everything in my mind as i read about it, especially those orange blossoms. one of my favorite things about the drive to yosemite. lying down with the plants is definitely why i feel drawn to this path. it's the interaction with the devas that feeds me most.

Herbis Orbis

@eve Watch out -- some plants, when dew or rain is sipped from their petals or leaves (lupine in fact is famous for this), will open the door to faerie :)

Herbis Orbis

Sallie, I enjoyed being around you at the seminar... so much more fulfilling to see, hear, touch a person than our usual interaction on the student forum!

Herbis Orbis

@susanm I think that's one of the reasons we resonate together so well. Maybe next year we can do some botanical lying-about :)

Terrie

Wonderfully expressed! You perfectly captured the beauty and magic we all experienced.

Tom

Does the seed worry that it might not reach it's full potential? ...so why do we???

Herbis Orbis

@Terrie How great it was to hear you talk about your special focus with local herbs! I'm going to make that liniment this summer :)

@Tom You got it. Glad to be tamped down next to you.

Fatturtleherbs

What a great post! Thanks for sharing your experiences.

Anne Salazar Dunbar

Lovely writing! Poetic.

SO glad you are continuing to thrive in the EW environs!

Anne

Herbis Orbis

Anne! What a lovely surprise! The sweetness of this particular week was unexpected. So glad to see you here.

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