Many are reconsidering how they want to live their lives due to the pandemic.
We don’t know what is going to happen with the food supply, so I decided to go to North Carolina and volunteer on a sustainable farm to learn more about gardening.
The company I am volunteering for is called Gardens That Matter, and for a short period of time they are offering free classes on how to start your first garden and gardening with kids.
If you are interested in learning more about gardening, go to the Gardens That Matter Website https://www.gardensthatmatter.com/shop/ and use the code GROWJOY at checkout to obtain the free access.
When we create our own garden, we are taking care of Mother Earth. Happy Gardening!
My lesson from Emma today is how important it is to start working with your kids about discrimination at an early age.
There is so much happening right now with discrimination: race, color, creed, black lives matter, religious differences, sexual preference, and these are only scratching the surface.
We have been celebrating Pride month as you can see. I also found an amazing book called Dream Big Little one which is about African American women and what they have contributed.
This kind of influence can go a long way. Talk to your kids and treat them equally because we are all ONE and equal in the eyes of the Universe.
With Emma, I am loving her as much as I can and setting an example for her when she is only 12 months by choosing what I read to her and giving her a rainbow flag.
We have so much influence over children. Mother Teresa said, “The way you help heal the world is that you start with your own family.”
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