Month: December 2017

20 December, 2017 Charlena Edge 0 Comment

I didn’t realize I typed up this wine review and never pushed the button to publish it. Me and my challenges with technology. Anyway, look at the trees. The backyard was green and lush. I wish! I did make reference to serving this wine for the holidays. Guess who will be going to the liquor store today! ** — ** — ** Happy Holidays ** — ** — ** I chose this wine because it is a Maryland wine. Boordy…

18 December, 2017 Charlena Edge 0 Comment

Last weekend, my baby cousin turned a year old. My cousin, his aunt, asked me to help out with a Winter Onederland themed party. Cute right?! I took advantage of the bare branches, pine boughs, and holly branches in my backyard to create cool trees and warm table centerpieces. My favorite part of the whole set up were the snow flakes. I made “kindergarden” style snowflakes by cutting paper along with light weight plastic snow flake ornaments I purchased from…

17 December, 2017 Charlena Edge 0 Comment

Honey has been used since ancient times as medicine. Along with great skin and wound healing benefits, honey has amazing antibacterial activity which means bacteria and other microorganisms cannot grow or reproduce in honey. Ingesting honey can help prevent common infections especially in winter. In the spring, my daughter and I use raw, local honey to help our bodies adapt to the pollen in our local floral population, essentially using local honey is a lessor form of an “allergy shot”. By taking…


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Charlena Edge

Charlena Edge

Hi, welcome to my humble abode! I’m Charlena, wife, mother of two, pet mommy, full-time worker, sporadic crafter, former floral designer, trial and error gardener, future chicken owner, and wanna be farmer. I have a Master’s degree in Therapeutic Herbalism. In between my disjointed, seemingly unrelated posts, I hope to share some of what I’ve learned. Thanks for stopping by!

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