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I have never stopped learning, foraging or eating from God's wild grocery stores and have so many exciting tasty plants to celebrate with you all. Thank you for continuing to read my blog even with my absence and sending so many encouraging comments as well. I look forward to spreading more wild fires through the blogs that have been brewing in my wild imagination and sharing what I have learned in recent years. For now let's focus on the present! Here is a quick glance at the educational and hands on events that I am offering this Summer, 2016. … [Read More...]
Jesus’ life fulfilled many prophecies of ancient Scripture and He was called “The Christ,” even by those who knew Him best. What does this title mean and why was it important to verifying who He was? Come and explore the life of Jesus in a way you have never heard before through a presentation called, […]
My dear mentor, Marc Williams, came to my house to do his thing! Which is to lead us on a Forage to Feast wild foodie event! In 2009 I attended a wild feast Marc hosted with his mentor, Frank Cook, and that began a wild fire that has been blazing ever since! Marc is a renowned ethnobotanist, wild […]
What gives milk And it’s children fly; Turns into a puff As time goes by; Named for the king of beasts Yet wears a cheerful face; Given to us in plenty By God’s good grace? (riddle by Heidi Kennedy) Spring is past, but alas, I wanted very much to share the marvels of new spring […]
Facebook has hijacked my blog for the past year. It’s just so easy to post pics in a FB album and think I’ll write about my adventures later…. So as the snow swirls with each gust in this 19 degree weather I decided to take a look back at my wild excursions for the past […]
This is the time of year to be tapping Maples and Birches. Freezing temps at night and WARM days means the sap is running. One can hear the life surging behind the bark and the steady drip into the buckets fills my heart with gratitude. With Maple syrup prices soaring and my passion for it […]
I have had many emails from Wild Blessings fans asking where my posts have disappeared to. The answer is FACEBOOK!