I came across this recipe for a lemon and honey delight on the internet a few days ago. http://catherineboley.blogspot.com/2009/08/preparing-for-winter.html This photo shows a lemon and honey blend. I love to use ginger so, I plan to add some (and maybe some garlic) to my recipe. As the summer slowly fizzles, I can feel a connection to the subtle shifting of the season. I also feel an inner desire to plan a few DIY projects for Fall…So I’ll start with this one. Today I picked up some 8oz Ball mason jars from Target. I already had some lemons, garlic, ginger and a few jars of honey on my pantry shelf. I can’t wait to experience this tasty looking mixture after it sits for a few days. In a few months from now it should become somewhat jelly-like and really potent…I’ll be sure to post my own photos and let you know how it turns out…I already know it’s going to be a delicious treat!
It’s about six days away and I’m doing all of the final prep work to make this an awesome, informative, fun event. They’ll be prizes, gift bags, refreshments, Q&A and lots of positive sharing on the topic of…natural hair and holistic health
We had the perfect ending to a very full month. On Sunday, my husband and I attended an awesome event…H.A.R.T (Haitian Artists Rallying Together) for ROOT, ROCK, RACINE FEST…http://hartforhaiti.tumblr.com/ A Fundraising Celebration for Haiti which was held at Fisherman’s Dawta Restaurant (in the backyard garden). Here’s a link for more info about them http://fishermansdawta.blogspot.com/ Also spicing up the night air was Zing Experience http://www.zingexperience.com/ fusing Haitian Roots, Reggae and Rock to create a soulful sound along with the hypnotic guitar and chants of Monvelyno Alexis http://www.monvelynoalexis.com/. Also representing at this amazing event was Haiti155 http://www.haiti155.org/ We recently had the honor of meeting Lionel and Constance (really nice guys) of Haiti 155, which is a New York based not for profit organization committed to creating a permanent bridge of friendship between the people of the United States and the children of Haiti. The atmosphere was filled with inspirational folks, finger-licking cuisine, great music,and good vibes…Looking forward to more events from H.A.R.T
Brown Rice Family: winners of WNYC ‘the battle of the Boroughs: Brooklyn 2012 …We finally got to experience their amazing sound…I heard about this group earlier this year via a client. They also create amazing natural soaps…Yes, muli-creative!!! http://brownricefamily.com/ I hear they’ve got some great events coming up for August…We’re looking forward to seeing them perform again!