I hope this finds everyone safe and sound. These are difficult times, but they are not hopeless times. Just like you, I have had friends, family and clients who have gone through COVID-19 scares. Thankfully no one I know has died.
My heart goes out to those who have experienced dealing with death during this time - whether from the frontlines or with your own household.
My mom was in the ICU for 3 days (she is okay now) and my dad had an ER visit and came home with a nebulizer. It's been scary. Many of the practitioners I work with have shared they've experienced COVID symptoms but were unable to get tested. Some have ended up in the hospital, or diagnosed by their primary care doctor, with pneumonia.
In my consulting practice, clients have had pneumonia symptoms and urgent care diagnoses since late November and I wonder how many of those may have been this virus? I have no idea when we will know the truth but I do...
May is finally here with warmer weather and everything is coming up GREEN! I love this time of year because the song birds are singing and the weather is beautiful. This is a picture of one of my container herb gardens this year. Fresh herbs can be simply grown no matter how much gardening space you have. I love to cook with fresh organic herbs so I hope you are are planting your own to enjoy.
This is also the time to remember to support your local farmers' market and/or sign up for your local CSA. You can go here: CSA DIRECTORY and find out what Community Supported Agriculture (farms) you have around you. If you have a Biodynamic farm around you all the better. These special farms are based on the teaching of Rudolf Steiner and I feel blessed we have this availability in Eugene, Oregon.
Right now, what is in season at the Farmers' Market is everything GREEN. Green onions, green lettuces...