The Ramps have arrived which means Spring has arrived in Appalachia! This weekend (Easter) I would have been hosting a plant hike with NC Outdoor Adventures. To help prevent the spread of Covid-19, the event was cancelled. I have been self-quarantined with my family for 29 days with only minimal trips off the property. Thankfully, … Continue reading Appalachian Ramps
I know from experience how hard it can be to start over with nothing. I know from experience that it feels nearly impossible to climb out of poverty (I’m still climbing). How defeating it can feel to not have choices in what you eat, what products you use, where you live, what is around you. … Continue reading (Sorceress’s) Apprentice Needed
Cypripedium acaule Pink Lady Slipper Pink Lady Slipper is an extremely rare and protected native wildflower. It should NEVER be picked, harvested for medicine, transplanted or disturbed in any way. In cases of rescue, care should be taken that it is transplanted where some are already growing because of needed mycelium. It is my recommendation … Continue reading Pink Lady Slipper
Originally written in 2016 Violet’s Story Violet wasn’t shy. She practically screamed at me before I heard her. I noticed Violet my first year living the DIY lifestyle in the Big Woods Witch Haus. Several patches of my yard were over run with violets in the early spring. They had a deep rich purple colored … Continue reading Violet, My First Love
Available for download now, a free gift for Survivors in honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month!
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month and I have a gift for all my survivor sisters out there!This is my love letter to all of you and to myself.