What a beautiful and productive weekend at Indigo Acres! After I cross off items on our “Adventure List” (aka, To-Do-List), it is always so nice to step back and take in everything that was accomplished. What a wonderful feeling the sense of accomplishment brings! And, that crazy productivity seems to continue to follow me yet today! Before noon, I completed barn chores, groomed Ophe, (the 130lb Newfie https://growingself.blog/2017/04/25/our-gentle-giant/) and trimmed the hooves of four goats. What does this really mean? I wrestled with five 100lb+ beasts and WON! Continue reading “Weekend Adventures”
Two years ago today, all of my dreams came true…same-sex marriage was legalized in the United States. Wifey and I were not only able to celebrate this beautiful milestone for all, but officially begin the planning of our wedding!
Within four months, we were married on Little Palm Island, in the tropical Florida Keys. This was one of our many magical moments together, in a place we hold dear to our hearts.
Love is Love and it is such an extraordinary gift!
Love Yourself…Embrace Yourself…Just Be You
The first days of Summer in Michigan are truly upon us…I think! Our daytime temperatures for the past few days have been in the 60s, with overnight temps in the upper 40s…Brrrrrrr. Keep in mind, just two weeks ago, it was in the 90s! Welcome to the roller coaster weather of Michigan… Continue reading “Be Still”
I have been discovering some amazing blogs lately! I am so excited to dig in and explore these new worlds! With that being said, I would like to nominate a few more beautiful souls for the Growing Self Blogger Award! Thank you, to these individuals, for reaching out to others through their beautiful blogs. Spread Joy and Kindness, always…♥ Continue reading “Growing Self Blogger Award: Take 4”
Borage is my all time favorite annual herb to grow! It is not only stunningly blue, with a mild cucumber taste, but it is my yearly gift to the bees. I can get lost in the moment, while daydreaming among the borage plants, observing and photographing the bees at work…