Hey guys, am glad to see you all.
I've been super busy trying to keep down the grass here. Feels like I've been whippersnipping for months, because I have! I never realised just how much grazing my horses did till I'd been without one for a winter and spring and suddenly we were knee deep.
We've got our summer vegie garden in and flourishing too. I have to do everything in 20 minute bursts with rests afterwards, but it still heppens, just not overnight.
We're slowly but surely getting on top of our lyme disease, so that's our best news. Still got a long way to go but at least we're heading the right way now we know what it is. I've stalled on the Ovate study for now. I think researching and treating the lyme and complications of long term lyme has been higher priority and is filling my brain up to overflowing, but it has been worth it. We've used lots of herbals for our support and for killing the bugs, so we're doing a very practical and personal course in the efficacy of herbs at any rate!
Reliz what a lovely thing to be gifted with the blue egg! I love to receive feathers and other gifts and messages in that way. Spring is going on apace here. This morning I saw a Bronzewing, the bird I am named for here, his wings still iridescent with his courting finery, wending his way up into the top of a tree with some material for nesting, and right now I can hear our latest baby magpie who came out of his nest very early and is hopping and fluttering about our place, still half covered in baby fuzz, with his busy and worried parents at his every insistent beck and call.