The most important work we can do, individually and globally, is the healing of traumas so that we don’t pass them down to future generations. This blog is a working tool to contribute to this good work.
Highlight of my morning was being able to watch the birth of tiny Praying Mantis babies who spent all winter developing in their rock-hard cocoon attached to one of the top header boards of my adobe chicken coop’s window. About 1/3″ long, they evidently chew their way out attached to a gossamer thread thinner than a hair. Then they wiggle their head, tail and tiny legs free, climb up the thread and disperse.
And — some plants —
Some vegetable work….
Lots more work to do – corn and butternut squash next, still need to check and repair drip lines, etc.