About

Hello. Welcome to this space. This is where I hope to share my experiences, my successes,  my failures…………..I also hope to add something useful to the blogging hemisphere. Follow me!!

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36 thoughts on “About

  1. Thanks for stopping by and liking our post on David Austin Roses. When I saw that you were into knitting I just had to visit your blog. I’ve enjoyed reading your posts. I’m not much of a knitter, but am more into needlework, specifically needlepoint. It helps release stress, but probably not as much as the essential oils you like. angie

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    1. Needlework is also a great way to destress and decompress. Of course, the essential oils not only help me with stress but a whole host of other problems as well. Thank you so much for your comment and I hope you enjoy today!!

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  2. Thanks for liking myfavoritepasttimes.wordpress.com. I have enjoyed your blog as well. You have a lot of talent. Your knitting is beautiful. The essential oils are wonderful too. Perhaps I can learn some tips from you on different uses for herbs from my garden.

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  3. Giant knitting – that really is crazy fantastic. I get your thing about knitting being good for de-stressing, Well I know nothing about knitting but the pleasure you must get from such giant stiches has just got to be a good anti-stress remedy. Inside you must be laughing your pretty little knitted socks right off. Laughing is one of the great destressers. Because I doubt I could get corporate CEOs to start knitting Giant bed covers, here at MindPower Recognition and Neuro-fault Protection we work at a faster level for destressing infact we teach them to stop the stress before it happens. However, if one day you walk into a CEOs office and find a part knitted Giant stich bedcover on his or her desk, you will know you have taught high neuroscience a thing or two about sress and psychology.

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  4. Thanks for liking a post on my blog (YouSayWHAT.info). I’ve started following you (not in a Sting-like way!), and I wish I could try out your oils. But I have Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD), as does nearly 10% of the adult U.S. population — many without being aware of the fact. CKD suffers’ bodies are especially sensitive to many things, and we are advised to not use any kind of new medicine, supplement or the like without prior clearance from our nephrologists.
    You look like the picture of health, as does Joe (in pix of your Christmas tree expedition)!
    Good luck with the business.
    I think you will find I am posting more and more on health-related issues on that blog and on FoodTradeTrends.com, thanks to my daily intake from assorted government agencies and NGOs with health orientations. I hope you will follow me, or at least check me out from time to time. I post often — on both blogs — from an amazingly broad assortment of sources.
    Doug

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  5. I found no where to write a reply about 2016 goals. Don’t know why, but I suspect it has something to do with operator error on my part.

    Good luck to you with your goals. My goal is to sell enough books to pay off my kids student loans. Unfortunately, I’ll have to sell 10,000 a year and live to be 103. 🙂

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