This morning I was reminded by a friend and yoga student to follow my own teachings. I really appreciated it. That it was said, and that I could hear it. When we practice together for a long time, we are… (READ MORE)
At the National Arboretum
Peace and light, E — Posted with WordPress for BlackBerry.
Have you hugged (or otherwise taken care of or sent loving energy to) a tree today? Have you paused to appreciate the shade and delicious air trees provide you? Peace and light, E — Posted with WordPress for BlackBerry.
National Arboretum, Northeast DC, June 2nd
A place to drink in the beauty. For information on how to help preserve the azalea collection (which is under siege from budget cuts), please visit: “Save the Azaleas.”
Tomorrow is supposed to be sunny and unseasonably warm, one of those bright days right when the seasons are changing that bring a giddiness to our hearts and can incite us to premature planting. The forecast for Saturday is cool… (READ MORE)
As it is every year, the Azalea Walk at the National Arboretum fills me with joy and wonder. “Was it really this splendid last year?” one of my companions asked. “I go every year,” she said, “but I forget how… (READ MORE)