Heads up everyone:
I’m veering away from my usual format to alert you about a new hazard coming
soon to a store near all of us – scented product packaging
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Greetings to all Mothers and their progeny, I wish you well.
In this month’s newsletter you will find health links that struck me as information a Mom of any age can use, benefit from a customers question about her fragile, dry hair and take a closer look at the wonder of some American ponds.
Finally…spring has sprung in the northern tier and, mud not withstanding, I think it’s great
I hope the season affords you some time to enjoy the sights and sounds of nature. This afternoon was too busy for me to spend time outdoors but I was serenaded, through an open window, by hundreds of geese in a grain field south of us. The noisy and social geese were a stark contrast to the lonely looking robin that spent the winter months in our yard pretending to be a sparrow – I hope his relatives show up soon and set him straight.
As the winter months fly by, I catch an occasional glimpse of spring time around the corner and enjoy thinking about the approaching warm weather. The first of my mail order garden seeds arrived last week, there are reports of geese returning from their southern vacation, and we are making plans for a graduation party. Despite these promising signs, we still have snow on the ground and will have to muster some patience
I hope you’ve settled well into 2006 and look expectantly toward good things for yourselves and your family as the year progresses
This month’s Prairie Inspiration offers you a variety of good things: health news for the whole family, help for stressed skin, alternative ideas to ease pain and more. I hope you find it useful.
This year’s end and a new one to start, finds me in a reflective mode. At the moment I’ve been thinking about this newsletter and am struck with a deep sense of gratitude for all of you who welcome Prairie Inspiration into your home each month
Hopefully you had a delicious Thanksgiving and a wonderful time with family and friends; we certainly did. I’m trying to hold onto an attitude of thankfulness because I’ve noticed how much a grateful mind set enriches my life
Greetings to everyone!
I’m wondering how many of you have skin like mine; skin that tends to flake, crack and cringe at the first sign of wind or cold conditions. As the crisp fall weather settles upon us, I’m pleased with my smooth skin and thankful for every skin care formula I have to help me stay comfortable
This month I have a few ideas to help you prepare your skin for cooler days, an interesting vantage point on your place in this world, a new recipe, and more.
As Americans reach out with help and concern for those displaced or destitute after the recent hurricanes hit the gulf coast, I add my hope for a much quicker than expected return to normalcy for everyone affected. I especially extend prayers for any who were already coping with Chemical Sensitivity or other debilitating illness in addition to this recent tragedy.