Since I'm constantly asked about herbs and I continually have to say, "I'm an aromatherapist, not an herbalist," I decided maybe it was time to add "herbalist" to my skill set. So, with a recommendation from a knowledgeable source, I signed up for Rosemary Gladstar's course. I'm a little intimidated because there are so many different herbs to learn - names, properties, cautions, etc. but I think it will be fun to experiment and learn. Who knows where this will take me?
One advantage of working in hospice is that I get to play with all the therapy dogs. This is Asher, a Corgi.