Just 2 quickie updates here! Recently at Regeneration Springs in Abita Springs, LA, I had the opportunity to bring the current project essences out for public sampling and feedback. This was the first opportunity for the Project to interface in person outside of my clinical practice. It was a blast! Renowned herbalist and local legend Darrell… Continue reading A Project for the People
updated 7/17/18 After a whirlwind spring of spending most of my free time gathering flowers, I took a break. Nature did too. Did you know we have phases where our native flowers flush up and die down before the next wave of wild color comes through? I didn't. I'm learning. Some things are unobvious… Continue reading Unexpected Life Thriving
The Project now has 30 essences collected across southern Louisiana! There's many more to go. I'll post soon on other essencing trips I've done. In the meanwhile, here's a side 'flower scouting' adventure... * Last month, I introduced my northerner beloved, Joe, to Louisiana swamp life. We went to Lake Martin for a boat tour.… Continue reading Meanwhile, Back at the Lake…
Updated 3/21/18 There's still night stars over Lake Pontchartrain as Mom and I drive home from the New Orleans airport. We are returning from an early morning run to deliver Dad to his latest international adventure. He's on his way to Swallow Reef for a HAM Radio DX-pedition. This isn't the first time we've seen him off… Continue reading Tiny Meadows and Mystery
"What you seek is also seeking you." Shortly after going live with the Project, I was contacted by Judy to visit her country property and see what we could find. Today was the day! I packed supplies: flower essence making kit for two art supplies to draw plants plant ID books food, water, hat, camping… Continue reading Faith and Flowers after The Flood
Welcome! This is the first post. Blog updates will document progress as it happens. * In my twenties, I lived on a persimmon farm, far from where I was born. On days when I didn't feel well, and there were many back then, I'd wander outside into the blazing daylight, spread a blanket, and lie… Continue reading What the Flowers Said. And Why I said Yes.