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Friday, October 24, 2008

Love

I made a small personal batch of calendula ointment. Love for the skin.
I made love with peace.

I made rhubarb mead! Well, I bottled the stuff started last October. Fifteen bottles of liquid love, ready to imbibe in a month's time.

I made a nice yogurt dip with cilantro and Chinese leek pesto from the freezer to have with the boy's favorite Mexican crisps. We're enjoying them now with a bottle of hard apple cider from a local cider mill. There is whole wheat dough rising for the pizza that will become dinner. More love.

Life is sweet, no matter what they try to tell ya! Don't fear it, love it!

17 comments:

annie kelleher said...

it all sounds positively... love-erly :)

Meekiyu said...

wow you're so creative and versatile... the yogurt dip of cilantro and Chinese leek pesto sounds interesting and yummy... love pizza!! Glad you are having such a mellow day! =D

mrsb said...

Dang! I want to come to your house!

Oh, I'm so jealous of your ointment! Nothing like homemade!

Lucas said...

Oh! I think the mead is good. Where can I find the recipe? Is it easy to make?

Divaeva said...

ah yes...how sweet it is! Life is indeed grand! <3

ELLIE said...

Thanks so much for stopping by my page - I really appreciate it - love your homemade ointment - how very cool!!!
your day sounds like it is filled with love and peace - how dreamy!!
take care--Ellie

kim* said...

love and peace, yay!

luthien said...

love the oilment :) looks soothing... enjoy the weekend and peace :)

livewater said...

Funny, I have some calendula oil I made and was thinking of turning it into an ointment this week end. Peace and love - what blessings!

Morrgan said...

Whoa, rhubarb mead? Never heard of that before, but it sounds like something I'll have to try some day. :D

Iowa Sunshine said...

I would like your recipe for Rhubarb Meade if you would. Email it to just1246@gmail.com I make something once a year called Cherry Bounce that takes weeks to make but is very good. My fathers old recipe. =) I love looking over your site! Very nice. HUGS

Crystal said...

hippie hippie HOORAY for homemade mead! Rhubarb sounds delish... so does the dip... and pizza.... what a love-ly day!

Walk in the Woods said...

Recipe? Hmm ... I'll post my process. I make my wines and meads much as I cook these days ... I use what I have on hand ... and trust the harmonic dance of experience and intuition!

I have notes from that batch somewhere ...

manamoon said...

Love everything you made! I made my children laugh, does that count? ;-)

Walk in the Woods said...

manamoon - laughter ALWAYS counts!

Turtleheart said...

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Tammie Lee said...

you are such an inspiration!!! You make so many amazing things!
can I come to dinner!?