March is Women’s History Month.
Currently we have 7.9 billion people living on our incredible Grandmother Earth. Thank you to all mothers and grandmothers and great grandmothers. Your stories are amazing and filled with love, or we wouldn’t be here.
I want to thank my mother, Charlotte, and my grandmother, Ruth.
Today, I would like to highlight Mary Reynolds’ work. She has been a positive force for Mother Nature and the Elemental Kingdoms for the last 25 years. She has been named in the top ten of landscape designers in the World.
You can learn of her story in the movie Dare to be Wild.
Her work has progressed over the years to where she is now being a Nature Guardian. She teaches people to grow their own food, nurture the landscape they already have and create an Ark where part of their land is untouched and left wild.
I learned of this concept when I visited Findhorn, in Scotland, in 1982. A portion of their farm land is left wild, and people don’t even walk through that part of the garden. Over the last 30 years Findhorn has developed into a thriving Eco-Village. (See the Findhorn Garden book and To Hear the Angels Sing, by Dorothy MacLean.)
Mary is a way-shower for sure.
I have watched the movie several times and am inspired by her courage and for not giving up.
Her story is one of accomplishing a dream that appears to be impossible and against all odds.
It’s never to late to add a chapter to your own unique story that is magical, fun, creative, joyful and miraculous.
We definitely can create heaven on Earth, NOW.
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Great blog I watched the movie it was inspired! Love the ideas of Mary’s garden! Loved you are spreading the good news love of Mother Earth and the fairy folk thank you! Bravo 👏 Keep up the good news
Dear Janette, Thank you. Your comments help me see even more Good every day. I can feel your joy and smiles. We will keep going. Love and jumps, Nina 🐛🦋👏💐🐬🐬🐬🍀🍀🍀🌈🌈🌈🍰🍰🍰🍰 Sent from my iPad