The Pursuit of Happiness

I love this 2013 post, including Colette’s reply in the comments section to a woman working to grow and nurture a similar paradise in the States:

“Creation begins with intent and a willingness to honour Nature.
All will manifest from that point.
Planting trees is a blessing from you to Nature and each blessing you plant will be returned over and over.
Those who seek to dominate her will be subject to the material world.
Those who honour and respect will be rewarded with joy and nurtured in abundance.
You are planting Eden.
Blessings from Bealtaine Cottage

If we each do our own little part, we can and will get Back to the Garden! Food for body, heart, and soul.

Bealtaine Cottage

Geraniums on the windowsill at Bealtaine Cottage

There’s a high wind in the skies above the cottage. Stanley stove at Bealtaine Cottage

Wind-chimes are clashing in discordant harmony all over the gardens.

The fire in the stove roars up the chimney, heating up the oven that beckons a cake or a loaf of bread to bake…
Celtic design on the backdoor of Bealtaine Cottage

The sun shines in a baby-blue sky and the cats are spread out on the warm earth.

The back door to the cottage lies open to admit the warmth of the April sun…

Potager bed at Bealtaine CottageI went into town this morning to post off seeds and herbs across the world…little bits of Bealtaine Cottage will soon be air-bound, in planes that will disperse them to many different countries, most of which I have never visited and probably never will.

Nursery bed at Bealtaine CottageThe urge to sow and plant, create gardens and smallholdings and grow, has never been stronger in people all over the world.

Contemplation Courtyard at Bealtaine CottageThere is a magic in the air…

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