Tuesday, January 1, 2013

Happy New Year



Enjoy - breathtaking, inspiring, and sublime, complements of  Mother Nature, and the indomitable human spirit.

 Happy New Year - one beautiful moment at a time.

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  1. Magnificent. I love it, thank you.

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  2. Glad you enjoyed it Mom! Happy New Year!

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  3. Great video. Thanks and happy new year.

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  4. Happy to share it, Jason! Happy New Year to you!

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  5. Oh, how beautiful! Thank you, Linda and Happy New Year!!!

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    1. I thought so too, Tatyana. My pleasure! Happy New Year!

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  6. We live at a spectacular place, lets keep it safe.
    Happy New Year
    Alex

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    1. I couldn't agree with you more, Alex! Happy New Year!

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  7. A belated Happy New Year to you, too, Linda!

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    1. Thank you Rose! Happy New Year!

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  8. That was a cool video. Definitely worth watching. A belated Happy New Year!

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    1. Glad it was worthwhile MBT! I thought it was pretty cool too.

      Happy New Year to you!

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  9. Happy New Year! Congratulations on your baby!?

    Thank you for leaving a comment on my blog! It is a pleasure to find like-minded people.

    So you're making rejuvelac? Do you make sauerkraut by using kefir grains?

    I love your pictures of flowers. I love taking pictures of flowers and nature too. Do you have special lighting in your basement for the plants?

    Here some of my pictures https://picasaweb.google.com/110244494582329447840/WalkingOnMusicNotesRedBookPictures#5583005076451522738

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    1. Thank you Eugeniya. Actually, grandbabies - identical twin girls, almost a year old now. The baby on the sidebar is their big sister, who's almost 3 now.

      I don't make rejuvelac, but I do make sauerkraut. I make a brine with the vegetable juices and sea salt, and the sauerkraut makes itself! And I make kefir with grains.

      Glad you enjoyed the photos. I do have a big high-pressure sodium light in the basement for overwintering tender plants, starting new plants from cuttings, and starting seeds for spring planting.

      Thank you for visiting!

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    2. I love to come back to your blog - the flowers are so beautiful and live!

      I wish I could touch and smell them. You know, my favorite book is The secret life of plants. It's interesting that since I was a little girl, I always hugged and felt for trees. I love walking on living spring soil, feeling its softness, seeing the new flowers and buds, hearing the birds...

      Did I get carried away?

      Even though I like to use therapeutic grade essential oils to heal, I feel sorry for the plants which were used for extraction. I wish I could live on water only.

      I hope everything is good with you and your family.

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  10. Great video! Thanks for sharing. I know I like it when I hear myself aloud while watching. :-)

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  11. LOL Victoria! You're welcome. Glad you liked it.

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