I have been polishing an article about pollinators. Good writing demands truth, so let me be honest…. I am still thinking about an article on the importance of pollinators.
I attended a day long symposium on the subject hosted by Coastal Wildscapes of Georgia and there is so much to say about pollinators that I do not know where to begin. But once I start, I promise I will do my best to polish it off, and perhaps share on my blog.
Did you read in the New York Times that knitting is good for your health? Meditation reduces stress, and it has been shown through studies that stitching can benefit the body in many of the same ways. Knitting = meditation. If you missed it, you can read it here: http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2016/01/25/the-health-benefits-of-knitting/?rref=health&module=Ribbon&version=context®ion=Header&action=click&contentCollection=Health&pgtype=Blogs
SO what is keeping me from the writing? There has been some baking, but only the good kind. Lemon squares made with fresh Georgia lemons counts as healthy, yes? All that Vitamin C!
And Grandma’s Plum Pudding? Isn’t that a superior way to get fruit and nuts into your diet?
Walking on the beach at Tybee Island kept me from the computer.
The resolutions for change in 2016 are still staring me down. No, I haven’t figured out how to wear my new contacts all day. What is wrong with me? No, I haven’t found a new hairdresser here in Georgia, and since I have been changed into every color from blonde, through red and now dark brunette because NO ONE seems to know how to work with my Northern brand of hair, I am afraid to even step foot into a salon and surrender to the sink. When did fear of hair color enter the equation? Getting great hair, and seeing without distracting frames seem to be too much resolution. I think I’ll go back to the knitting where some focus and repetition will lead me to my inner bliss. And THEN I will get to the procrastination….I mean pollinators.