Women Healers of the World by Holly Bellabuono is a beautiful addition to my library. I expected it to be a very pretty coffee table-type book with little to no good information that I didn't already have in a dozen other books. I was mistaken. It has a unique perspective on herbalism, giving personal stories of herbal healers from their countries, how they practice, how they learned, interesting perspectives on herbalism and its future and, most of all, engaging stories of their own doubts, fears and changing ideas. It's inspiring to find that you have something in common with the best of the best and that if they can succeed, you need to keep at it, too.
One advantage of working in hospice is that I get to play with all the therapy dogs. This is Asher, a Corgi.