Natural Body Products - By Joanna


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Natural Beauty Products by Joanna added 2 new photos.Friday, June 16th, 2017 at 1:42pm
New, for men! Lavender & Spicy Wood Soap for face & body and Beard Oil & Cologne!

Beard oil & cologne is made with organic Argan oil, golden jojoba oil, sweet almond oil, vitamin E oil and essential oils of Organic Lavender, Organic Cedar, Sandalwood, Rosewood, Amyris, Vanilla, Benzoin, Basil & Bay for a light, manly, sophisticated scent.

Set of 1 Soap & 1 Beard Oil - $18.00

Individually: Soap $5.50/ 3.5 oz. bar
Beard Oil & Cologne: $15.00/ 1 oz. bottle
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Natural Beauty Products by Joanna added 3 new photos.Friday, June 16th, 2017 at 12:23pm
"Summertime" Whipped Body Creme, sugar scrub and deodorant. For the ladies.

A light, soft scent with Lavender, rose, jasmine, neroli & Ylang Ylang, brightened with citrus oils of sweet orange, bergamot, lemon and grapefruit with a touch of warm vanilla, sandalwood, frankincense, myrrh, and green Petitgrain.

The whipped body cream is made with skin-healing herbs (calendula, chamomile and comfrey) infused into moisturizing oils of Organic, raw Shea butter, Mango butter, sweet almond, golden jojoba and vitamin E.
$15/ large (7.2 oz.)

The scrub is made with organic cane sugar, lavender-infused sweet almond oil, raw honey, vegetable glycerin, ground petals of calendula, lavender, rose and chamomile, and essential oils (listed above.)
$10/ large

The Deodorant is made with Organic, raw Shea butter, Mango Butter, sweet almond oil, beeswax, arrowroot starch, baking soda, cornstarch, vegetable glycerin, vitamin E oil, silk amino acid powder, raw honey, Neem oil and essential oils (listed above).

Gentle on sensitive skin.
$7/ -4 oz. stick

Or set of 1 whipped body cream, 1 sugar scrub and 1 deodorant for $30.00
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Natural Beauty Products by JoannaFriday, June 16th, 2017 at 12:23pm
For the muscle man and wonder woman after workouts, or the old fogey with creaky joints ๐Ÿ˜œ๐Ÿ˜‰

This whipped body cream is made with organic, raw Shea butter, mango butter, beeswax, sweet almond and olive oil, Magnesium and Emu oil, (to help with inflammation and pain) Arrowroot starch, Vitamin E oil, and warming, stimulating, cooling and pain-relieving essential oils (12 of them!)

Wintergreen, Clove, Helichrysum, Black Pepper, Camphor, Cinnamon Bark, Ginger, Organic Peppermint, Copabia Balsam, Organic Rosemary, Organic Lavender & Eucalyptus.

6.8 oz. - $20.00
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Natural Beauty Products by Joanna added 3 new photos.Friday, June 16th, 2017 at 11:48am
New, for men! "Woodsman" Soap (for face, body & shaving), Deodorant and Beard Oil/ Cologne.

Outdoorsy is the best word to describe it. Fresh, green, earthy, man-of-the-land with a hint of smoke.

Set of 1 soap, 1 Deo & 1 Beard oil & cologne - $25.00

Individual pricing:
Soap $5.50/ 3.5 oz. bar
Deodorant $7.00/ 4 oz. stick
Beard Oil & Cologne $15.00/ 1 oz. Bottle

Also back by popular demand....

Woodsman Soap for face, body & Shaving, along with Deodorant & Beard Oil/Cologne to match!

The soap is handcrafted with all natural, saponified oils and butters with honey and clay, scented with Vetiver, Cypress, Balsam, Bergamot, Lime, Petitgrain, Black Pepper, Patchouli, Ginger, Sandalwood, Lemongrass, & Birch Tar

The Beard oil & Cologne is also handmade with organic Argan oil, golden jojoba oil, vitamin E oil, and essential oils (listed above.) Light, softening, non-greasy.

The deodorant is handmade (but of course!) with Organic, raw Shea butter, Mango butter, organic Coconut oil, beeswax, arrowroot starch, cornstarch, vegetable glycerin, Vitamin E oil, silk amino acid powder, and essential oils (listed above.)
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Natural Beauty Products by JoannaFriday, June 16th, 2017 at 11:01am
It's back! The Queen Esther Facial Serum, back by popular demand. Soft, Light, Fragrant & Moisturizing.

Upgraded to include Organic Argan oil, Golden Jojoba, Sweet Almond, Vitamin E, and loads of fragrant, skin revitalizing essential oils; Frankincense, Myrrh, Rose Hip Seed, Rose, Organic Lavender, Jasmine, Organic Lemon, Organic Grapefruit, Neroli, Organic Rosemary, Organic Spearmint, Tea Tree, Cinnamon Leaf, Ylang Ylang, Sandalwood, Geranium & Neem.

$20/1 oz. bottle
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Natural Beauty Products by JoannaMonday, June 12th, 2017 at 11:50am
Esther's Beauty Treatments
A of Part 3: Clothing & Food

Esther's people, the Jews, were in danger of extermination because of the schemes of the evil Haman, so her uncle Mordecai entreats her to speak to the King on behalf of them all.

One problem.... if one appeared before king Hashi uninvited, the law would put him to death.

Mordecai says those profound, timeless words, "Who knows whether you have come to the kingdom for such a time as this?"

Esther's courage in the face of losing her own life is beautiful, "If I perish, I perish."

She rallies her people together to fast and pray for three days, ๐Ÿ™ and then.... drum roll...

She gets dressed.
๐Ÿ‘—๐Ÿ‘ ๐Ÿ‘’๐Ÿ‘‘๐Ÿ‘™

In her "royal apparel".
(Royal; splendid, magnificent, excellent.)

And she makes a grand feast. Two of them. ๐Ÿต๐Ÿฅ˜๐Ÿฅ™๐Ÿฅ‚๐Ÿท๐Ÿพ๐Ÿฝ

Hey, it's just womanly wisdom. You pray, and then you cook, and you get yourself prettied up.

Now that, girls, is the way to a man's heart right there. The direct route. ๐Ÿ’˜

King Hashi sees her standing in the inner court, dressed in her lovely royal clothes, so beautiful! And she "obtained favor in his sight". He held out the golden scepter to her, welcoming her close, and offers her anything she wants, up to half his kingdom.


Let's stop there a moment and just consider the role of clothing. Scripture just brushes it, but note that it was after the three days of fasting, crying and praying fervently, desperately for their very lives. She had the poise to collect herself and get dressed.

In the words of Tom Ford:
"Dressing well is a form of good manners."

She showed respect to the king.

She could've showed up in sackcloth and ashes. But no. Just, no. She knew when to put it in God's hands, and wear the dress.

For many of us, this subject of clothing is hard. Fashion overwhelms us, bewilders us. (I speak for myself, it has taken me so many years to even begin.)

And many of us were raised with very strong, strict standards in regards to modesty and "plainness." Which further complicates our minds, so we aren't sure what is ok and what isn't any more, and if we are allowed to have our own style, what on earth is it?!

For me, after a long time of struggling with this, it finally boils down to this question for me.

Do my clothes accurately represent who I am?

Who am I?

I am a part of the bride of Christ. I was bought with his own blood. I am a princess, and queen-to-be.

I want to reflect that I embrace my calling to holiness, to purity and devotion to my groom.

I am a woman.
I'm happy to look like one. I'm at peace with that fact. I respect and enjoy men and masculinity. As I respect and love my femininity. And I'm learning to receive it with grace and a happy, thankful smile when I see people, even men, look at me approvingly, enjoying my femininity as I embrace it.

I am a wife. I'm taken.
I am a mother.
I am a playful, fun girl. I'm artsy, I love old movies, and old-world European style. I love lace, and leather, and ankle boots, and sparkles and jean jackets and soft curles. All together.

I don't wear a police uniform. Because I'm not a police officer.

I'm not a slut.
Therefore I avoid anything slutty.

I'm not a 70-year old granny. Therefore, I don't wear clothes I used to wear as a teenager, swaddling jean jumpers and ginormous jean skirts, and those dresses from JC Penny, you know, with the shoulder pads and buttons down the front and pleats... ๐Ÿ˜‚

I'm not Amish. So guess what.
You got it.

Because the wrapping should indicate what's inside the box.

It will look different for you. And that's the beauty of it. But the principals remain.

Girls get mad when guys make inappropriate comments or give them sexual attention. Don't expect anyone to pay full price if you hang yourself on the clearance rack.

Have some self respect, girl.

And don't wear sackcloth and ashes. Aka sweatpants and messy buns or other frumpty dumpties to go shopping. You're so much more than that. Yes, be comfortable, situation and age-appropriate. But remember who you are.

One thing that has helped me immensely is "Dressing Your Truth"
by Carol Tuttle. Ask me and I'll send you the link if you're interested. It has rocked my world in so many ways, helped me understand myself and so many people in my life, even complete strangers, I have tricks up my sleeve to knowing about them before I ever meet them. Amazing.

Be lovely. Dress the part.
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Natural Beauty Products by JoannaSaturday, June 10th, 2017 at 1:26pm
Happy Father's Day!

A more masculine spin on classic Lavender, with Sandalwood, Cedar, Rosewood, Amyris, Black Pepper, Benzoin, Vanilla, Basil & Bay, for a clean, slightly sweet, spicy scent. Nostalgic, and posh, what Mr. Darcy might have in his riding bag. ๐Ÿ’ผ ๐ŸŽฉ

Made with Saponified oils of Organic virgin Coconut, Organic Olive, raw Shea butter, Lavender Tea, Coriander, Sea Salt, Raw Honey, and essential oils (listed above.)

3.5 oz. $5.50/ each
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Natural Beauty Products by JoannaSaturday, June 10th, 2017 at 1:19pm
Coffee Soap! A delicious, energizing blend of Espresso, with a touch of cocoa and a sprinkle of spices with vanilla. Fun for either men or women.

Made with saponified oils of Organic, raw Shea butter, Organic Coconut, organic olive; Raw milk, Cream, Coffee Grounds, Cocoa Powder, Molasses, Sea Salt, Charcoal, Cinnamon, Organic Vanilla Extract and Essential oils of: Benzoin, Nutmeg, Star Anise

About 4 oz. Each $5.50/bar
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Natural Beauty Products by JoannaSunday, June 4th, 2017 at 8:36am
Just for fun... I thought these quotes by Coco Chanel, one of the greatest authorities on fashion of all time, were great....
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Natural Beauty Products by JoannaSunday, June 4th, 2017 at 8:10am
B of Part 2:
Moisture, Refinement & Fragrance

Every woman has a need to feel beautiful, whatever her age or personality. Part of feeling beautiful is of course being clean, rested, healthy and cared for, but fragrance takes it to another level, like "invisible jewelry", making a woman unique, expressing her mood, her personality, her secret self in a whiff, without saying a word. ๐ŸŒธ๐Ÿ’โœจ

Fragrances are immensely powerful, the sense of scent is strongly connected to memory, which is why a flood of memories will come rushing and pull emotion out of you when you smell your mom's soup, ๐Ÿฒ or her perfume, ๐ŸŒบ or just the scent of her house. (My mom crocheted me some homemade wash clothes, and I just had to breathe them in a few times, they just smelled like home.) ๐Ÿ 
Think of the physical response to smelling vomit, or sewage, it turns your stomach immediately. ๐Ÿคข๐Ÿ˜ท

Some scents are calming, peaceful, restful, or energizing, uplifting, happy. Some excite sexuality, or suppress it. It's not witchcraft, it's a gift of God to us through nature.

Esther was treated to 6 months of "sweet odors" in a refining process, and although it is not specified which ones were used, study of the spice trade of the time and other places in the Bible gives us some clues.

The Song of Solomon is resplendent with references to fragrance, even describing one another's body parts as lovely scents.

Myrrh is named 7 times! The young man's clothing is said to smell like a "cedar of Lebanon", (which scent is a blend of cedar and hyssop). ๐ŸŒฟ๐ŸŒฑThe young woman's ointments smell better "than all spices" (Song of Solomon 4:10-11)

I'd suggest you read the book of Song of Solomon, and just note all the references to scent you see, with beautiful (and strange!) imagery. "A garden enclosed is my...spouse, a spring shut up, a fountain sealed. orchard of pomegranates, with pleasant fruits, camphire with spikenard...." 4:12-16

I find this a lovely way to think of myself especially in the context of making love, to think of my body as a garden of spices, a secret, hidden, delightful place of refreshment and enjoyment for my husband and I.
As one who has and does struggle with body image, this is a beautiful way to transform my mind, to receive what God has made to be wonderful, pleasurable and altogether lovely. It is amazing the difference it makes, the impact my mindset has on the experience.

Even if you are not married, I'd suggest you read Song of Solomon and see how both the young man and the woman describe her. "Comely, a lily, sweet, fair, ravishing, beloved, beautiful, undefiled, desired, a fountain, a well, a stream..."

The Bible often speaks of anointing oils, and those were understood to be particular blends of essential oils in a carrier oil. Such as the holy anointing oil recipe given in Exodus 30:23. This is a pared down recipe, in drops rather than shekels ๐Ÿ™‚

40 drops olive oil
25 drops myrrh
12 drops cinnamon
12 drops calamus
25 drops Cassia

Many commercial perfumes are loaded with harmful, hormone disrupting, cancer causing, toxic chemicals. Bummer. I love perfumes, but it really is quite fun to make your own. I admit I still wear said toxic junk occasionally (!) but your own homemade ones will not only be non-toxic, but highly beneficial physically and physiologically. Pinterest will have a bunch of recipes, but I'll give you a couple of mine.

Feel free to swap out or omit what you have/love. This is an oil blend I put in a roller bottle, but you could also put your perfume in a spray bottle and use an alcohol like vodka along with just a few drops of carrier oil (I do that often) but the scent may not be as intense or last as long.

Also, one idea is to make yourself a scented moisturizer or serum, which is a 2 for 1 great idea! That way, you get moisture and all manner of wonderful benefits from a great oil (my absolute favorite is Argan oil, it is light, hydrating but not greasy, and just feels perfect on my skin) besides the beautiful scent of the essential oils.

Start with a clean, dry bottle you want to use, and measure your carrier oil to be about 3/4 the amount that will fit in your bottle.

1 tsp. Vitamin E oil (this is an antioxidant, not a preservative, but it will keep your scent fresh for longer, as well as benefit your skin.
2 - 4 Tbsp. oil of your choice (Argan, Apricot kernel, Jojoba, or even coconut for very dry skin, it is a bit heavy and greasy for normal - oily skin.)

This is my Rose Perfume with florals, a bit of warming woods and vanilla, and refreshing, brightening citrus to tone down the sweetness of the florals. If you prefer mainly citrus, skip the florals and woods. (Although a drop or two of lavender, even if indiscernible, will balance your blend nicely, try it!)

Floral essential oils are on the expensive side, but I recommend for arguably the best prices and the biggest variety. They have many options of both therapeutic grade and or certified organic essential oils, and also have many other ingredients I use for most of my products, such as bulk oils, (best price on Argan oil, Apricot kernel, sweet almond, and SO many more. They have just about anything you could possibly want and need.)

10 - 20 drops Rose Absolute
5 - 10 drops Palmarosa
5 - 10 drops Lavender
5 - 10 drops Neroli
5 - 10 drops Petitgrain
5 - 10 drops Bergamot
5 - 10 drops Orange
5 - 10 drops Grapefruit
5 - 10 drops Lemon
5 - 10 drops Sandalwood Absolute
3 - 4 drops Geranium
3 - 4 drops Cedar
3-4 drops Vanilla
2 - 3 drops Black Pepper

Store in an airtight bottle, allow to meld together, shaking every day for a week or two before wearing.

(Another idea, if you don't have, or can't invest in essential oils, is to make a macerated oil with dried flowers and citrus peels. Pour 1/4 cup each dried rose petals and dried lavender buds into a glass jar, pour 1 cup of non-greasy, non-scented oil, like apricot or sweet almond, over. Add vanilla extract if you enjoy that, and the peel only (avoid the white pith) of orange, grapefruit, lemon and or lime. Add a few black peppercorns, cover tightly, shake, and let set for several weeks, shaking daily. For a stronger infusion, repeat with the already-macerated oil poured over fresh (dried) flower petals and citrus peels.)

Here's another recipe that might be fun for your dad, husband, brother, friend, etc... Everyone seems to love this fresh, clean, spicy, manly scent.

Bay Rum Aftershave & Cologne

1 oz. clean, dry bottle with tight fitting lid
2 Tbsp. Witch Hazel (or all Aloe Vera juice)
1 Tbsp. Aloe Vera Juice
1 tsp. Vegetable Glycerin (optional)
1/2 tsp. Vitamin E oil
20 drops Orange Essential oil
10 drops Bay Essential oil
10 drops Lime Essential oil
8 drops Clove Essential oil
6 drops Black Pepper Essential oil
5 drops Cinnamon Leaf Essential oil
5 drops Bergamot Essential oil

Shake well. Lasts about 2 months in a dry place.

(Option! If you don't have essential oils but you do have these spices in your cupboard, you can infuse rum with them. Just pour about 1 cup of cheap rum into a glass jar, place 2 cinnamon sticks, 2 - 3 dried bay leaves, 10 cloves, 5 peppercorns, the peel only of 1 large orange and 1 lime in the rum, close, shake, and let it sit in a dark place for a couple weeks. Add the Vitamin E oil, the aloe vera jell or juice, glycerin if desired, and voila!
You could do the same with an oil if you want to make an oil cologne instead of rum. Just use a light, non-greasy, non-scented oil such as sweet almond.)


I sure do enjoy hearing back from you, and I greatly appreciate your input!
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Natural Beauty Products by JoannaThursday, May 25th, 2017 at 8:27am
Beauty Treatments...


I appreciate your comments and input, it helps me so much to know where you all are at and what your needs are.

One thing that seemed to come up repeatedly, is... time! How on earth do you find time to take care of yourself? To try these fun treatments? When you're just trying to keep the toilet seat wiped and little noses clean and diapers from taking over like a Martian ๐Ÿ‘ฝ invasion? ๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ’จ๐ŸŒช๐Ÿ•ธ๐Ÿท๐Ÿท๐Ÿท๐Ÿ‘ฝ๐Ÿ‘ฝ๐Ÿ’ฉ๐Ÿคง๐Ÿคข Oh dear Lord....

We watched the movie "Sing" and boy could I relate to mama pig, (except that I don't have 20 children!) her daily scrubbing dishes in a sink full of bubbles, her efforts to keep all the lil porkies clothed and her hubby's keys handy when he never could find them, groceries in the cupboard and meals on the table. All the while wondering if she'd ever get a chance to sing. Many of us know this daily struggle. It's hard. I'm with you.

And it doesn't help that our American culture still seems to project this impossible image of Wonder Woman who works out, dresses like Olivia Palermo and has a house that is always perfectly clean and beautifully decorated, and kids who could pose at Old Navy with their adorable outfits... And those of us from plain/Anabaptist backgrounds have the added expectation of lots of church events, homeschooling, gardening, sewing, canning.....

I am a performer. I am my own harshest critic. I have lived most of my life feeling that I could never measure up to all those standards, so I'd better get a move on trying to make up for myself where I can.

But I'm learning to let that go. To stop trying to meet up to expectations, even of myself.

I'm learning to embrace the surprising fact that it is ok for me to be ok with having needs. That it is not selfish and unspiritual of me to take a bath, or make myself a scrub, or even go get my hair done. That I have more to give when I my needs are met.

Let me say that again.

๐ŸŽI have more to give when my needs are met. ๐Ÿ›

Irritation and exhaustion are signs that your needs are not being met.

Those bitter, psycho old women you know? They've lived for far too long stuffing their emotions, neglecting their own needs.

Its like riding a horse. If you refuse to feed it, water it and care for its hooves, but still force it to carry you around, it can only go for so long. It will become exhausted, and even with harsher beatings and more screaming and yelling, eventually it will just collapse.

We often treat ourselves like that starved, exhausted horse. GET! IT! TOGETHER! You've GOT to do better than this! You are no good at this mothering thing...

We refuse to ask for help, even from our husbands, who made us Mothers to begin with! ๐Ÿ˜†


I've finally learned that my husband truly wants to help me, he wants me to be happy and cared for, it's part of his identity as a provider. But he's a man. Men don't read minds. He can't possibly always just know when I'm struggling and overwhelmed and need a break.

I used to say "I'm fine" while both resenting him for not seeing that I needed some alone time but also hating that I wasn't stronger and couldn't just do it all.

Can anyone relate?

I learned that that was a form of pride, in my case. Dishonesty, and an unwillingness to accept my human need for help and rest. It's humbling to accept care from our husbands. For me anyway, being raised with an overly strong emphasis on women being the helpers, and taking pride in not being needy and high-maintenance.

It is so much less stressful now, for both my husband and me. I tell him when I'm dreaming of a hot bath, at supper time, and he usually says, "Ok! I'll turn up the water heater and keep the kids quiet!" Yay! Thank you darling! Better sex tonight, we both win! ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿฅ‚๐Ÿ‘™Come now, any man will love that!

I still remember the time i was on my period, having a bad day, and in a playful way I said, out of the blue, "Oh honey, thank you so much for offering to watch the kids and giving me $100 to spend at the mall!" He laughed, proceeded to kiss me, put $100 in my purse and told me to go enjoy myself. ๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ˜ฑ๐Ÿ’ƒ That doesn't happen all the time, and I try to never milk it and take advantage of his generosity, but I honestly think it is relieving to him to know he can trust me now to tell him the truth. I allow him to care for me and serve me. And it gives him joy.

(Oh and by the way we have no family in the area, nor friends close by to help out.)

So the moral of the story is:

YOU are the heart of the home, the lynch pin of the family. You are the glue that holds it together. It is a worthwhile investment to keep the glue from "coming unglued", eh?

I suggest you figure out a time, ahead of time, with your husband, or swap with a friend or family member if you can, to have an extra time of rest and recuperation each week. Maybe an hour or two Sunday afternoon or evening? Figure it out. An hour or two that is your time, not time to catch up on laundry, or dishes, but for you to recharge.

You will have more to give, I promise.

For me, it also helps to have the jugglers mentality. That not everything can be at level 10 simultaneously. Catch 'n throw. One day I focus on cleaning, and not much else gets done. No fancy dinner, or errands, or anything. The next I spend the afternoon shopping and running errands. Never mind the laundry. And so on. Maybe you all have this nailed, but I sure didn't, and it's been a huge help for me.

The other thing I'm learning of late is to listen to the voice of joy. For all the extras, especially, the activities, the meals for other people, the this n that, I'm learning to not say yes right away. To ponder wether I really have all that time and energy to give to whatever cause. Oh it may be a good and worthy cause, but I am only one person, and I am not called to every cause. And then not feel guilty for saying no. Guess what? I will have more to give to the cause I am called to.

And I remember I am in a season of life which is different from many other people's seasons. Don't judge your tree in Winter by someone else's Summer. Talk to the Lord and ask him, what do you really want from me?

Maybe he'll say like he did to the disciples,
"Come away, and rest."
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Natural Beauty Products by JoannaTuesday, May 23rd, 2017 at 6:32am
Input please!!! Hi Girls, some of you have been reading the Esther's Beauty Treatments posts. I'd really appreciate it immensely if a few more of you would give me some feedback to these questions (and anything else you'd like to say.)

Have these been helpful? Interesting? Too long? Do you feel you already know all this, or is it too much? Is there anything in specific you've been wondering about that you'd like more discussion on?
Thank you so much, and thank you to those who've already commented. I truly appreciate it.

In our day of information bombardment, so many posts, blogs, podcasts and articles, not to mention great books, it is easy to be a perpetual browser, skimming without engaging in any discussion. I do this myself, and have been recently challenged to quit being such a gluttonous consumer, to slow down and actually ingest what I'm reading/learning and leave a comment. That really helps the writer. A lovely day to you all. ๐ŸŒบ๐ŸŒธ


Yes, some day you'll get to read my blog. For right now, I'm trying to domesticate my three wild little guys while I have them in captivity... and still catch my breath!

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