I love to write. When I am not writing, my hobbies are crocheting, sewing, needlework, reading books, watching movies, DIY projects and spending time with family and friends. I want to be a full-time writer one day. I also love traveling.
A lemon cookie is a cookie that is soft, chewy, and made with lemon. There are many versions of the lemon cookie, some use fresh lemon, or some use lemon juice like me. But either way, it still tastes the same. With these cookies, you can frost them or decorate them any way you want. You can even sprinkle them with powdered sugar. These cookies were definitely a big hit in my family.
Lemon Balm Tincture
A tincture is a highly concentrated herb extracts made by soaking the bark, leaves, berries, leaves (fresh or dried), or roots from one or more plants in alcohol o vinegar (1). Tinctures are the most popular way to take herbal medicine. Tinctures have been around for thousands of years. Tinctures must be made by plants that are safe to take. They are easy to take. You can put them in dropper bottles and put some drops under the tongue or put a couple of drops in your water, tea, or juice. Tinctures get in the bloodstream very quickly so they are good to use for long-term conditions and for problems happening at the moment like colds, sinuses, or the flu.
My goal in the future is to be a herbalist. So in order for me to do that I am taking courses and researching different herbs. I am lucky because I have a friend who knows about different herbs and I can ask him about them. In this article, I will be writing about the Japanese Knotweed. My friend actually grows this and has made a tea and a window blind from it.
History of Cayenne Cayenne is believed to be from Cayenne, French Guiana. It grows in India, East Africa, Mexico, and some parts of the United States. Cayenne is usually dried then ground into a fine powder but sometimes people use it fresh. It is said that cayenne pepper can lift one's moods, raise one's energy levels, weight loss, and hair gain. As a detox, it will clear the toxins from the body.
Baked Salmon Recipe
There are so many benefits of eating salmon. Here are some of them: salmon is rich in Omega-3 Fatty Acids; an excellent source of protein, potassium, selenium; it is a great source of Vitamin B1, 2,3,5,6,9, and 12; it has the antioxiant Astaxanthin; it may reduce inflammation, heart disease; lower blood pressure; reduce the risk factor of cancer; protect ones brain; and it tastes good. Consuming 2 servings of salmon a week, gives you the Omega 3 nutrients that you need and could help reduce some of the risk factors that come with diseases. I didn't know that by eating salmon one was getting all of these benefits until I was looking up information on salmon for this article. It's a good thing that I love the taste of this fish.
Usually people make sugar cookies at Christmas time where they cut them out in different shapes and decorate them with icing, sprinkles, or candies. I love making them all year round since my family and I love eating them.
My Trip to the Garden of the Gods
The summer of 2009, I moved to Yakima Washington from Wichita Falls Texas. I had to leave my car packed with my belongings in Texas. So after living in Yakima for a few months, my soon to be grandmother and I took a bus from Washington to Texas so I could drive my car back. We arrived in Texas on a Friday and started back on our exciting journey on a Monday morning. We drove through New Mexico where we ate lunch then headed to Colorado. We arrived at Fort Collins Colorado that Monday night and decided to stay at a hotel. We ate at the restaurant and had a good nights rest. The next morning, we decided to visit the Garden of the Gods before heading up to Yakima Washington. Going up the mountain was fun and adventurous. My grandmother and I were there for a while. We would drive then we would stop the car and get out to look at the scenery and take pictures. The day was great for taking the scenic route.
How I Met My Future Husband
On the 20th of June in 2009, I moved to Yakima, Washington to be with Rocky. I left Wichita Falls, Texas on a sunny Saturday morning. I was excited yet nervous, wondering if I would recognize Rocky and if it would be an awkward meeting for the first time face to face. Leaving my home of the past year and a half was so hard yet exciting. I love to travel and going on adventures. This would be my latest adventure, going somewhere that I have never been and going somewhere where I don't know a single person. Going to the unknown. My family was with me at the airport to send me off. Leaving my Aunt Tammie was one of the hardest things that I ever had to do. She is one of my favorite people in the world and we have always been close. We hugged and cried and hugged some more. My flight number was called and I wasn't prepared. I didn't even take my motion sickness pill until I went through security where I sat until we boarded the plane. Lucky for me, by the time we disembarked, the pills had taken effect.