To complete my series on lessons I learned from the forest I compiled all of them in order with links to each page. These are all written about personal experiences and fond memories of spending time with my family through the seasons among the trees and nature. I have also included a song I wrote years ago that was the main inspiration for this series of stories. Join me on a walk through the forest and see how many lessons you can hear in my song “Take a Walk.” (I’m hoping to one day record this again so it’s not so rough. But you know when inspiration hits you just have…
It’s Fairy Day! I’ve been dancing a lot lately and have been away from the forest. I can’t wait to get back to nature this Canada Day long weekend and hopefully become inspired again by the trees and beauty of the wilderness!
When I first began my fairy garden in 2006 I knew right away that I would plant foxgloves in it. The purple and speckled bell shaped flower oozed magic to me. Without having done any research on types of flowers that attract fairies I believed that the foxglove had this ability.
Take a magical journey over hill, over dale with Lindsey Stirling. Her music I can only describe as classically modern and will send you on an epic adventure. She has a pixie like personality that really grabs your attention especially with the dance moves she incorporates while she’s playing violin. She’s so fun to watch and I’ve been a fan since I stumbled across her first album. It’s just magical and so inspiring!