About a month ago, when I signed up for this site, I was really wanting to make contact with someone in this part of the world who would share my yule log fire. now we rapidly close inn on Imbolc, and i have yet to make your acquaintance.
The wheel spins so much faster as we mature, and the closer i get to fifty, the more I can feel the crone expressing herself through me. Your somewhat bubble gum greeting worried me slightly when you were the first to message me, but I'm well over it now, in a way it's kinda cool.
My wife and I started ECO-Tours of Wisconsin about four years ago, and since then we have planted enough trees to reforest over fifty acres. Sadly, they are dispersed across Northeast WI. We are, or at least the non-profit ECO-Tours is poised to open a new chapter in our development. We are fund raising for the purchase of a fifty-five acre farm that was a former gravel pit, about twenty miles North of Green Bay. We will have room for a retreat center, a CSA farm, some livestock, and plenty of room to grow trees for at least the next several years.
My wife is Reiki, and we are both attuned to herbal remedies for any malady conceivable, so we are opening ourselves to the possibility of helping even more people in the future than we could have ever imagined. It is funny how sometimes life grabs you and thrusts you into a way of being that was scary or unimagined. Then one day, blam! you are blessed with a completelt new perspective!
Please please tell all your friends about our work, it will take some extra hands and all of our hearts to make it work, but the times are good for growth! Tilling the soil and replanting trees is my passion. what we need now is a little green energy, and as the song says some love, sweet love...