This is another award nomination I was so very happy, to receive. I am really honored and humbled to receive this nomination from FoodZesty, very gifted she blogs, cooks, photographs and much much more. Please go over and visit her blog FoodZesty.com to learn about Simple, Scrumptious and Delicious Recipes. I still have a few more… Continue reading Blogger Recognition Award
An unexpected thoughtful Bonsai gift of Friendship and Care.
Lately, I am just driven to make container flower arrangements at all cost. The OCD feeling of creating beauty out of nothing is new to me and very welcomed. Waking up groggy, unsure of what task to jump to next, I decided that planting a front house planter would be more beneficial than anything else… Continue reading Passion for Purple Flower Planter
So excited and had to share my little Herbs Planter box before and after photographs. The container was quite empty prior to my planting and now oozing with color and delicious odor. The fresh smell is unbelievable and makes me want to sit down in that chair to enjoy the nature. I added color to… Continue reading Kitchen Herbs in House Planters
NOTHING TASTES AS GOOD AS HEALTHY FEELS: “What the Health” documentary makes a profound impact on my lifestyle. Yup…. After so many useless pleads, threats and logical discussions, a simple evening of exhausted parental date night on TV couch changed my life. Just like that! Sitting in tears and feeling super upset, duped, lied to… Continue reading Nothing Tastes as Good as Healthy Feels.
The miracle power house tree that is quite understated, deserves worldwide recognition and should be a staple supplement in your daily diet. Too good to be true? Let’s find out. Moringa Oleifera tree was domesticated 2000 years ago in India, Himalayan region, Asia, and sub-tropics. It has been used as an herbal remedy for centuries… Continue reading Care to Moringa?
Ancient, but Well-known Medicinal Plant that belongs in everyone’s kitchen today. Native to Africa, Aloe Vera is a hardy succulent that's easy to grow inside or outside of your own home. It thrives in poor soil and requires very little water. Spiny-edged light green Aloe plants can grow to two feet and eventually produce snowy,… Continue reading Hail to Aloe Vera.