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HelliboreWarm sunshine, the smell of the daphne, hellebores, narcissus, hyacinth along with the yellow blooms of daffodils, white and purple hellebores, pink camellias and the tulip and sugar plum trees are all filling my yard with “spring”. All the sprouting seeds and flowers are again signaling new beginnings. This season of the Spring Equinox, which has been celebrated around the world for thousands of years, brings gratitude and hope to me in a very visceral way. Maybe, just maybe, I was one of those maidens dancing around the maypole in medieval times.

Calif poppies Gratitude has opened so many doors for me this past year. The more grateful I am the more abundance of good things show up in my life. I can’t tell you the exact formula, but I can assure you–gratitude works, it multiplies like rabbits in the spring. New friends, new clients, new opportunities to share about Flower Essences and Aromatherapy, along with doors that were once closed are now opening. I am so very very grateful to have all of the wonderful connections with every one of you— you all expand my joy.

A bit of expansion is also happening in the Spray department. I have created a spray to help curb those food cravings, using flower essences and the essential oils of Lemon and Basil. I am trying to select a new name and would love to have you help me create the perfect name for this new spray.

Please help me out and vote for # 1, 2 or 3.
1. Reduce Cravings
2. Curb your Cravings
3. Calm your Cravings
Your recommendation________________________

Tulip TreeMaking sure the name fits is one of the trickiest parts of creating a new spray–Thanks for your help.

Happy Spring, Happy Easter, Happy Passover, Happy Rebirth of Flowers and Fauna at the Spring Equinox on March 20.