Sunday was a long day: two hours ironing the hospitality bedding and four hours cooking for the family. By seven o’clock, I was exhausted physically, but the excitement of the evening was like an adrenaline rush that, along with a shower, pushed away the day’s weight. I felt like a giddy teenager going to herContinue Reading Meeting my #professionalcrush
“Juana has Alzheimer’s. As did Liliam, oh and both Mar’s parents are currently in homes. Margarita was just diagnosed…” I would love to say the list stopped there, but it continued on for far longer than I would have liked. As Mom and I compared stories of who was at what level of the disease,Continue Reading Can Plant Music Really Help Alzheimer’s Patients?
On a beautiful Thursday afternoon in April, Mom and I drove up the Palmetto Expressway to N. Miami Beach to meet Jonathan Kendall, a reporter for the Miami New Times. The week before, Jonathan had written an article about a talk I was giving in Miami about the Music of the Plants as part of Damanhur Florida. ItContinue Reading This is what the Begonia needed to hear