Category Archives: Winter

Seasonal Seville Marmalade and a whole lot of goodness in a jar.

Making marmalade (my first attempt) isn’t a quick process, but I did get a little kick out of filling five jars over the weekend. I may not have enough to supply the whole family, but luckily my experienced maramalader sister-in-law … Continue reading

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Burning the Clocks marking the first day of Winter.

As we create opening, this draws back the shutter, and the light of the lamp shines out. B.K.S Iyengar

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“Only when we know our own darkness well can we be present with the darkness of others”. Pema Chodron.

NASA Goddard photo and video We are just a few days away from December 21st, the Winter Solstice, marking the beginning of winter in the northern hemisphere and the shortest day of the year. From this date on days lengthen … Continue reading

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