Love the Earth <3

Posted by on Oct 17, 2009 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

This is a great, inspiring article. If you have kids or not, its a great one to read because you can always lead and influence by example- no matter what your age.

How to Raise Earth-Friendly Kids



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Autumn Wreath

Posted by on Oct 15, 2009 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Autumn is in the air. Halloween is coming up, great time to be in Michigan.

Today I woke up and decided to make an Autumn wreath out of things from my back yard. This is what I came up with:

Using twigs, bark, floral wire and fun puffy weeds


step 1: the first layer is twigs. take long ones that are semi-dry and bend them together in an oval shape and twist wire around them. use only long ones for this, because it makes the frame stronger. layer as many twigs in an oval as you can, alternating where the “seam” (where two twigs come together) is so its not fragile. The key here is to get it as sturdy as possible.

step 2: the second layer is thin pieces of bark and some more twigs. add the bark around the twigs, making the seams stronger, and adding bulk, texture and depth- using the floral wire. This is really all up to you how to layer and add. Remember to twist smaller twigs and their fringe twigs into the piece to make it more interesting and for added strength.

step 3: add the most interesting items last, so you can feature them. I used walnuts that fell from a tree, fluffy weed things and a nice piece of bark. These items also helped hide some wire that was showing.

step 4: attach a loop of wire to the back for a hanger.

the end!!




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Pregnant & 2004 & thinking

Posted by on Oct 12, 2009 in Crafts | 0 comments

Many things have happened since my last post. In my last post, I didn’t know it yet, but I was about 2 weeks pregnant! Nathan and I got married on July 12th, 2009. It was more than magical!

I am 24 weeks pregnant and I am loving every moment (good and bad) . I feel like I am participating in the greatest miracle that I have ever experienced (besides myself being born).

These two websites have been so helpful and great resources:

Baby Center

What to Expect

I can feel the baby kicking (the technical term is “quickening”) as I type this

**A lot of things have come into focus in regards to real importance. I think the majority of things in life that bug us are self inflicted and are not key to life.

I wanted to share with ye bloggers what I cared about on October 12th, 2004 in my LiveJournal

…not too much I guess .. wow

Life has surely changed in the past 5 years. I have been increasingly happier year after year. I have been increasingly more confident year after year as well.. funny, I have the most confidence of my whole life, and I havn’t put on any makeup or gone to a hair salon in over a year.

and it feels great

I feel great. I hope more people can feel great very soon, that’s my hope.


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Herbal Remedies

Posted by on Apr 28, 2009 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Kimya Dawson’s livejournal post for Herbal Remedies:
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Whether the swine flu is a real concern, or an attempt by the
pharmaceutical companies to make more money on vaccines, this might be
helpful information.

Forward this or post where-ever you like

Herbal Pandemic Preparedness
Sources: Farmacy Herbs, Karlo Berger, American Red Cross.

Step One Prevention:
If the flu hits your area the best practice is prevention

Sage, Skullcap, Oregano, Thyme, Elder Flower, Holy Basil, Nettle.
2-3 cups daily

Echinacea 2x daily; 2 dropperful (One week on, one week off)
Astragulus Tea (3 cups) or Tincture( 2 dropperful 3x daily)

Miso, raw garlic, veggie broths, Cayenne pepper, Turmeric, organic
veggies, meats and grains.
Stay away from processed foods, food coloring and sugar and alcohol
(sugars in the body feed bacteria and viruses) and coffee (coffee
dehydrates the body and depletes you of vitamins and minerals that will
help fight off pathogens).

Anti-Viral/ Anti-biotic Hand Wash:
10 drops grapefruit seed extract/ 10 drops tea tree essential oil extract
in 1 gallon water

Antiseptic Spray for surfaces:
Vodka, Water, Tea Tree Oil, Lavender Essential oil. Disinfect door knobs
switches , handles, toys and other surfaces that are commonly touched.

Air Sanitizer:
Simmer water on low heat in a pot with 5 drops Eucalyptus Essential Oil or
5 drops Tea Tree Essential Oil or Lavender Essential Oil

If you do come down with the flu, then focus on immunity!

Continue tea:
Sage, Skullcap, Oregano, Thyme, Elder Flower, Holy Basil, Nettle.
(1 quart daily.)

add these tinctures 2 droperfull 3x daily
Meadowsweet, Japanese Knotweed, Turmeric
(keep up the echinacea and the astragulus)

Colloidal Silver: 2 squirts three times daily

Vitamin C 20000 mg daily

Grapefruit seed Extract: 1/4 teaspoon once daily.

Sleep Aids/ Pain Relief:
Valerian, Chammomile, White Willow Bark, Lemon Balm, St. Johns Wort
Take 1-2 squirts of tincture as needed or 1-2 cups of tea as needed

Stay home and avoid sharing items with household members (pens, papers,
computers, remote control. sheets, towels eating utensils, food.)

Wear a surgical mask when around others.

Clean sheets, bedding and clothes every day.

Take baths with 10 drops of lavender essential oil and 10 drops rosemary
essential oil and sea salt.
If your fever is high, use lukewarm water, if your fever is not high, hot
baths are okay.
(Remember fevers are our bodies way of heating up to kill pathogens. Very
high fevers are dangerous, but a low fever is actually good)

Drink veggie and chicken broths with miso and raw garlic (tons of it!) and
a pinch of Cayenne Pepper.

If you have an appetite eat only organic brown rice and greens/ steamed
veggies ( the simpler the better with food, if you put food that is hard
to digest in your body, your energy goes to digesting, rather than
fighting pathogens)

Air sanitizer: Water steam with Eucalyptus Essential Oil or Tea Tree
Essential Oil or Lavender Oil (do this in the room every 5 hours)

Caregivers should wear disposable gloves and wearing a mask when giving care.
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Posted by on Apr 16, 2009 in Uncategorized | 0 comments



Häagen-Dazs® | Products | Häagen-Dazs Ice Cream | Details: Chocolate

Chocolate Chip 


– my reward for some hard work today .

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Watercolor Stencil Portrait + TUTORIAL

Posted by on Apr 15, 2009 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

I must remember to do this in the summer, when I my creative juices are not being forcefully squeezed out of me by demanding art teachers. I am excited for MY time with MY ideas and MY thoughts.. art school makes ya kinda despise art.. 


but i love this idea: 

(tutorial follows the link)




Watercolor Stencil Portrait + TUTORIAL – MORE ART, LESS CRAFT.

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Garden love

Posted by on Apr 14, 2009 in Crafts | 0 comments

corkscrew vine, shell vine


Gosh I cannot wait to have my garden this year. I’ve become so enthralled with it. I can’t wait to get my hands dirty in the warm soil and see my plants come to life! Next week I am building my raised beds *weather permitting* and hoop house that will extend my growing season and keep my babies safe. I want to have a farm when I have all the time in the world to devote to it and educate people about how cool farming is and that growing your own food is as rewarding as it can get!!


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Respecting our Earth

Posted by on Apr 13, 2009 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Respect of our Earth.. we only get one.

Its important to know where your food comes from. Simply put: hormones and pesticides = bad  . organic and fresh = good. 

Is that so hard? I know mass produced foods need to exist for those who cannot grow their own foods… but can’t those foods be treated with respect and grown in a way that their genetics and original structures are not modified in a lab? And can’t we figure out a way to preserve our foods from insects without harmful chemicals and pesticides? There are other ways to make bugs and pests go away with natural elements instead of chemicals.

Examples are here: 

And hormones in food? do we realize what we put on and in our foods, go on and inside of our bodies ?? If we realize this, do most people even care? I am shocked to find when I bring this up to most people, they are not phased by it or even want to discuss it. I guess its a out of sight out of mind situation?

But if everything that was out of sight was out of mind, wouldn’t we be in a huge mess? I am thankful that there are individuals in the world who refuse, no matter how frustrated or beat down they get, to fight for change and keep up the up-hill struggle for what’s right. 

I can’t ignore my feelings anymore about animal rights, the injection of hormones and genetic modifications . From being inspired by my friend Steve, Nathan and learning more and more about the treatment of animals and the production of food, I must also fight the good fight and educate people about the real harm that is coming from the lack of respect of all things. 

We must respect all life forms around us by using common sense and the golden rule. Its not is a difficult thing to do.

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Posted by on Apr 7, 2009 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

kimya_dawson_: The Case FOR Breastfeeding.



I <3 NATURE too. Its TOTALLY NATURAL to breastfeed. its not for every woman, but I couldn’t imagine a better way to bond with your child than breastfeeding. Why is the majority of women today becoming so uninterested in being and embracing motherhood? Why are they becoming stones ? Why are they too self-involved to “inconvenience” themselves for their loved ones? 


What is going  on? Let’s rethink and get back to what’s important: love and happiness.. not selfishness and bitterness



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Organic Consumers Association

Posted by on Apr 7, 2009 in Uncategorized | 0 comments



This website is a great resource for organic planning, gardening, parenting, clothing etc. Just great to have sites like this to go to and find some many people in this world trying to make a difference. 










   Organic Consumers Association .

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The White House- Spring Gardening

Posted by on Mar 26, 2009 in Uncategorized | 0 comments


Michelle Obama is having a garden at the White House and the vegetables will be prepared in the White House kitchen and delivered to

the local homeless shelters. <3



The White House – Blog Post – Spring Gardening.

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Posted by on Mar 23, 2009 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Kelly caroline.


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Posted by on Mar 23, 2009 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Conversation gone awry ..


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To Write Love on Her Arms > Vision

Posted by on Mar 23, 2009 in Uncategorized | 0 comments



To Write Love on Her Arms > Vision.

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Gelatin – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Posted by on Mar 21, 2009 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Gelatin – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.


Just so everyone is aware, Gelatin is ground cow BONE and other animal BONE..

so JELL-O and marshmellows etc… ground cow bone flavored with strawberry..

let’s be conscious of our decisions friends

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oh yeah

Posted by on Mar 20, 2009 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

You know that point when your eyes just glaze over and whatever your reading seems to be the longest, most drawn out, complex, intricate, antithesis of meaning sentence ever written? Then your eyelids get hot and moist and you then realize.. it is time to sleep.

yeah. ditto


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Winners – NORML

Posted by on Mar 19, 2009 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Winners – NORML.





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I’m Kelly

Posted by on Mar 19, 2009 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Hi, I’m Kelly, I luv Beluga whales! 

These are my friends, the beluga whales

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