As well as some of the snails, dust, and fall foliage that occupy the other half.
What a marvelous tale uniting your Kuwaiti cat, illness, Burning Man angels and art, the upper Missouri River, and possible meanings of "earthing." Thanks!
You are magnificent, Hannah.
Hannah, your courage, optimism and determination in dealing with Lupus is an inspiration to me, who has no debilitating disease. I just deal with an aging body and mind. Thank you!
(PS I have bought killed books....gnawed on by dogs...or God knows what, illustrated by some creative child or grandchild...or great grandchild and baptized in rain or river. Loved or not, the price is right.
Thankful for you and your engaging posts.
I can affirm that walking barefoot or earthing is a great way to reconnect with both the beauty and grossness that is a part of human existence. I suggest walking on relatively clean grass patches for best results 💜🌼
I don't like walking barefoot, but I destroyed my copy of Braiding Sweetgrass by getting it wet. I dried it and finished reading that copy, because Robin Wall Kimmerer went through the trouble of getting it printed on acid free paper and whatnot so that's my copy. I don't get another one.
I love the dust angel!!! Being present and feeling the beauty of the natural environment is special. It doesn’t happen e’day.