Wednesday, June 15, 2011

full moon fancies

first broccoli harvest

first batch of rose petal syrup

chive butter: 4 T. chopped chives and 1 T. lemon juice in 1/2 cup softened butter
          
outdoor hearth 

 getting ready for summer gatherings -- tray of jars for drinks

must always take time to drum on a full moon

must drum lightly for the bees

valerian as tall as me, 5’5½”

lots to do by tonight . . .

I hope you can see the beautiful full moon wherever you are! xo

Under the full moonlight
we dance
spirits dance
we dance
joining hands
we dance
joining souls
rejoice

6 comments:

cindy said...

this is a very FULL moon day you're having!
love your cloths on the last post-borderline weird is a good thing.

Marie said...

That outdoor hearth is fabulous!
Also, I was reading yesterday about drumming and thinking it would be lovely to have a drum. What is your favorite drum and why? The back yard is what I call a fun spot! heaven :)
Happy Full Moon.

p.s. When I was leaving work last night the moon was sooo big and almost looked like a Harvest Moon.
Amazing.... <3

Deb G said...

For some reason I was up late last night and caught a glimpse of the full moon. It was incredible...

woman with wings said...

Cindy, thanks, and you're right, it was a very full-moon-day!

woman with wings said...

Marie, the moon was beautiful in a clear sky here, too! I have two drums, the ashiko (a gift) shown here, and a Native hand drum with a drum stick that I bought at a pow-wow. For drumming alone, I really like the ashiko, with a strap I can put it over my shoulder to stand & walk around --or -- sit with it between my knees. In a group, I like the hand drum because I need to concentrate more on the ashiko. That's just me, no expert by any means, pure pleasure. I hope you get one!

woman with wings said...

Deb, I love that we all got to see the same moon from all these different points. Sort of brings us together in yet another way...