Infant, Parenting

Cardboard Box Office photo’s

Recipe for Cardboard Box Office: Two very bored fun loving parents. One happy go lucky baby. Massive amounts of Cardboard boxes. Camera Mad love for movies A great sense of humor Patients bordering on insanity.   Cardboard Box Office blog is a creation of Photo shoots of a family that has recently moved to a… Continue reading Cardboard Box Office photo’s


Eyes of India

"But I am happy when I see the colors of the threads in my hands.  This is also a kind of recreational activity for me. When we sit together all of us and embroider the pieces we sing folk songs and our children play in the courtyard, we don’t need any other entertainment in our… Continue reading Eyes of India


Thanksgiving: Be thankful a donkey does not knock you to the ground.

Children are innocent Children are non-judgmental Children are resilient to change Children are trusting Children love unconditionally   Let’s explore Gratitude. How many of you are lucky enough to have a child in your life? For 30 years I woke up almost every day with a child physically present in my life. My children are… Continue reading Thanksgiving: Be thankful a donkey does not knock you to the ground.


Nutritional Benefits of Moringa Tree.

So why all this interest in Moringa?   I have been hearing about this Moringa for about two years now. A friend of mine grows it and makes lots of products from it. But until the last month or two I really didn't pay it any mind. I have been around natural herbs since I… Continue reading Nutritional Benefits of Moringa Tree.


Where is your office?

One of my many office's. Does anyone else do this? Set up an office in every inch of your living space? Basic office needs: purse with credit cards to pay bills. Magnifying glasses to see. Bills, and Fresh smoothie made with organic froxen strawberries, bannanas, and sweet cheeries, coconut milk and almond milk. that's it.… Continue reading Where is your office?

Parenting, Recipes

Power Tea with Moringa

Here is one of my favorite teas. Homegrown Lemongrass, Moringa from the food forest at Florida Gulf Coast University, and Peppermint tea from Celestial (I have some growing but not quite ready to pick from it) and non-chlorinated water. Chlorine turns into a more harmful compound when boiled so very important to use filtered water.… Continue reading Power Tea with Moringa


October is the month for Durga. Yes I know October passed, luckily 13 days ago, which is the point. Thirteen represents good luck. There are thirteen moons in a year. The Lunar calendar (13 months) was changed to a solar calendar (12 months). Why? Some believe to take power away from women.  After the fall of the matriarchal society, it… Continue reading October is the month for Durga.


‘Letting Your Children Grow Up’ Mantra

Do six sun salutations to allow your chakras to open. Close your eyes and cross your arms over your chest and gently hold your throat with both open hands. You are opening your throat chakra and your heart chakra at the same time. You are healing your throat chakra and heart chakra simultaneously. Repeat these… Continue reading ‘Letting Your Children Grow Up’ Mantra

Home School, Parenting

Ruby’s Baby Brother-Book Review

Ruby's Baby Brother. by Kathryn White A little girl's imagination takes flight to help her process all the scary things about a new brother being brought home for the first time. She gathers her resources together to prepare for his arrival: a magic wand for safety, a space rocket to send him far away. Suddenly,… Continue reading Ruby’s Baby Brother-Book Review