The Greening of May
Come celebrate the greening of May with musings from Maureen Wheeler on weeds, wonder and the goodness around us with recipes for seasonal foods too including rhubarb fool. Lots more coming for May celebrations, butter making, how-to-build a Maypole and May Crown weaving, how-to-throw a potluck gathering as well as Fairy Tale wonder and some ideas on food growing, saving and gathering.
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Happy Mother’s Day to all mothers everywhere.
The way to rear up children (to be just)
They know a simple, merry, tender knack
Of tying sashes, fitting baby shoes,
And stringing pretty words that make no sense,
And kissing full sense into empty words.
~Elizabeth Barrett Browning
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