I know it’s been a while since I’ve written on this blog. I feel like something has to really move me to post here. 🙂 I hope that makes sense to those of you who read it! Recently, Joyfully Renewed made a post about Bach Remedies which is a homeopathic remedy for many things. A couple of weeks a go I started giving two of these remedies to my oldest son. After two doses, I was amazed. Truly, amazed! He started to come to me and ask me for another couple of drops. Literally, it’s that simple. A couple of drops. I asked him if he liked them and his response was, “Mom! You have no idea. This is the best I have EVER felt. I don’t feel anxious and I feel at ease with what’s going on around me. I can’t believe a flower can do that.” So, we’ve continued them and he is able to tell me when he feels he needs them. I also started to take one, a different one, for me and I feel a HUGE difference as well. So you’re probably wondering how they work? 🙂 I would message Maria on Joyfully Renewed to ask her those nitty-gritty details. She’s awesome with explaining them and which one is “right” for you. All I know, is they WORK. Better than any prescription medication that my son has tried over the course of several years. I hope you enjoy her post as much as I did!


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Healing with Flowers?

Disease is solely and purely corrective; it is neither vindictive nor cruel, but it is the means adopted by our own souls to point out to us our faults, to prevent our making greater errors, to hinder us from doing more harm, and to bring us back to the path of Truth and Light from which we should never have strayed.

-Edward Back in his Collected Writings

Recently I have begun to dive into the world of Bach Flower Remedies with a passion. If I could buy all 38 of them and try them out on my own at different times (or with volunteers), I would. Wait, I suppose I could do that but don’t currently have the extra money falling out of my pockets…some day.

Anyway, after reading Vinton McCabe’s The Healing Bouquet: Exploring Bach Flower Remedies, I identified a few remedies that I myself might…

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A Little Help with WordPress?

Hello friends! I have a question that I’m hoping one of you out there will jump up and say, “I know how to do that!”  🙂  As you know, I have two sites (this one and my Bees Knees Photography).  When I created my new blog, I used my primary e-mail address (which is connected to both sites).  However,  I’ve noticed that when I respond to another blog, it uses my main Gravatar image for my Bees Knees.  I would like to put in a separate e-mail address for this site without changing my Bees Knees.  When I’ve tried to change the e-mail address, it seems to do it for both?  Does anyone know how I can keep both sites but change just one e-mail address but keep the other?

Thank you in advance!  🙂