Getting giving right has always excited me. I suppose it’s why I’m so keen on helping others get their gardens right – I have some skills I got from my Grandfather, so I share them. My love language is giving gifts – it makes me come alive.
The amygdala is the part of our brain that manages surprises-both good and bad. It triggers a series of responses, forcing us to pay attention while getting our bodies ready to act. Good surprises are good for our health, wellbeing, and relationships.
Before you heading to the garden’s supply for father’s day, consider getting a lawnmower, pruner, items for garden safety, and even spades and other tools to slowly complete their collection that they can use these tools for gardening and protection to their heart’s desire.
Blessings on the hand of a woman! Angels guard her strength and grace. In the cottage, palace, hovel! Oh, no matter where the place! Would that never storm assailed it? Rainbows ever gently curled for the hand that rocks the cradle. It is the hand that rules the world.