Collecting the last of this seasons Spruce and Pine saps while the weather is cold, reminds me that there are some perennial questions that come through this blog from the search engines, inquiring how to use local saps for perfume and incense. Now is a perfect time to address these questions before the weather warms […]
There has been such a great response from the community, locally and globally, to my last post, “Under the Willows-Garden closing 2013”, that I feel compelled to do a little follow-up to address some of the questions readers have had. […]
Established as a healing haven for children at risk, children who’s lives have been derailed or darkened by trauma, violence and conflict, Under the Willows performs a profound service and function that finds no comparable reflection anywhere else in our community. Modeled after the Butterfly Garden in Sri Lanka, a healing program for war orphaned children, and inspired by the Spiral Garden in Toronto, Under the Willows, quietly performs its service each summer mostly unheard of and unknown by the public.