I love the wines. Love the business model of this winery. It’s purpose is to support the small, indie wine maker and help them grow their business. You can order all manner of combinations, become a wine angel for a small monthly fee and get a case a month at dramatically reduced prices. Or you can buy through Amazon by clicking on this image. Hope you enjoy them!
In the 60’s, Ina Gaskin significantly influenced the reclamation of the birth process. Many were fed up with hospitals and doctors taking the birth process away from mothers, and it was time to bring back the midwives, the personal, the intimate nature of something as profound as bringing new life into the world.
The same is happening now with the death process. The funeral industry is just that…an industry. Huge. Corporate. And although many independently owned funeral homes and funeral directors intend a sense of intimacy, ultimately, a corporate agenda is a corporate agenda.
There’s no need to give your loved one, grieving process and confusion over to those who charge big bucks and produce ‘canned’ funerals. There is a movement afoot that is changing all that, domestically as well as internationally.
Find out what it’s all about by vising my friend Kateyanne Unullisi’s website.
My aestheticism gave me a great recipe for a home made facial…baker’s sugar and olive oil. Rub very gently into a clean face and then sponge off with a warm washcloth. Makes your face feel like velvet and gets rid of old skin cells. But definitely be gentle because the sugar has the capacity to leave your face red and raw if you get too vigorous.