Monday, 31 August 2009

loo fixe,d tarragon and the merry widows

Bit of this
Chewing leaves of tagaron is a tasty discovery.

He is nothing if not a persevering soul. The loo gets fixed after the fourth attempt.

I listen to the merry widows. which turns out to be a very inspiring program while preparing lunch. I love the Scottish ladies enthusiasm. And the poetry.
Ps does anyone know if you can get these listen again jobs to your ipod?

Bit of that
Wow I intend to try this.


T a r r a g o n is used as a banishing herb. Use as an incense as you write down the thing you want to banish on a white piece of paper and then burn the paper in a suitable container.

Tarragon's name is taken from the Frenchesdragon, which means "little dragon" because of it's serpentine root system, which will actually strangle the plant if it is not divided often enough. It is bound to Mars and Fire.

It is known as a protective and calming herb and is used in kitchen magic to put guests at ease and make them feel welcome. It is used in the consecration of chalices, and can be carried in charms or sachets for compassion love, peace, nurturing, and good luck.

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