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Harvesting

Summer - the kids are around all the time, the weather plays nice and sometimes stormy, the garden is growing, the quails and hens are laying massive amounts of eggs and I'm collecting herbs to dry for tea season. This wonderful and huge lavender bush of my grandma's given me a share of blossoms. They smells so strong and rich! lavendellavendel1 I refilled the small pillow my mother made for my daughter with my grandma's lavender. The smiling face now stays for us 3 holding our hands over her. lavendel1 Below are drying narrow-leaf plantain and mullein. This is the first time I found mullein (only 1 huge and a small plant) and picked the flowers. Picking the flowers was almost like the plant gave them to me freely, it was......

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Back in autumn 2012 I made this infinity scarf and after it refused to be photographed nicely ever since yesterday in the last 30min before sunset at the lake at my fathers house it couldn't resist anymore. It was quite cold and the sun was just golden and the frozen lake sparkled allover. It really was magical and it makes me a little sad that winter is ending so soon now. Over the last two months the sky was grey and dark almost every single day. This got to my mood quickly. For the last few years we had blue sky winter days more often than grey sky days. But this winter was different. More snow, not as cold as usual and much darker. Yesterday was a little sneak peek of spring but also a reminder how lovely winter days can be. The light is so different campared to the......

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