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How To Clean Lava Rocks
- (Lava rock) Image:North america rock volcanic.jpg|Volcanic rock in North America. Image:North america rock plutonic.jpg|Plutonic rock in North America.
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The grill offers a collapsible frame for easy transport.
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Full Moon and Prayers (Writing)
I am reminding myself of who I was before becoming a manager of an adult care home...
I was many things at different times, and one thing was I was a creative writer... I did not have a camera at that time, and I used words to paint pictures. These writings came from deep inside, flowing out through the ink of the pen, onto the page as though by magic.
I am sharing some of those writings here, bringing together the words and photos for the first time.
Full moon and waterfalls...
.. as I stepped out the door and breathed in the full moon scented air, crisp and washed clean, I suddenly felt like walking. I walked down the steep street next to the house, past the house of the girl who left the rose to see if she had yet found the pots of daffodils and hyacinth on her porch (not yet) and on down towards the heart of this tiny old riverfront town. Not too far, because it became apparent that I have not been taking walks lately and the knee started hurting a bit. I wandered through various side streets, back up the hill towards home, enjoying the smells and sight of the moon shining through a window in the high gray blue cloud cover. I remember this feeling... and how long has it been since I allowed this to happen??? Wow. The knee mellowed out after a few blocks, the hips were starting to lose their kinks... the back loosening up a bit. Ahhh....
As I came back up a different hill towards the house, I could hear the youngling waterfall giggling down the cliff across from the house... so I headed up past the neighbors gate to sit by the gift of water for a bit. This waterfall only happens part of the year, particularly when the snow above is melting, little rivulets of snow melt wandering down the little furrows and ravines, dropping over cliffs and seeking each other as they race down the face of the cliff, down through the ditches of Bingen, and into the Columbia river to join ranks with all the other rainwater and snow melt and underground springs as they ponderously navigate the channels of the mighty Columbia the last 100+ miles to the Pacific ocean.
I used to come over here to pray, especially under the full moon when the water was running, about this time of year 2 years ago...so I went over and washed my face in the water that still smelled like the clouds and the earth.
I prayed for all Mankind with that water from heaven ...knowing that the water was on it's way to the ocean and so is directly connected to the water all over the Earth. I prayed for myself too, and found myself finally feeling that connection with earth and heaven and all life again... I once more was aware of truly being part of the whole, one of the elements of this spiritual creation, in a way I have not felt since sometime before mom died. I thought something had died inside me when she left her body... maybe it did, but through the magic of this creation life is being reborn once again in my being.
I stretched myself out on the wet grass and sharp rocks, and dug my fingers into the earth, breathing in pure life energy with my nose pressed into the bosom of the mother, and felt the warmth of my own exhaled breath as it touched the small plants below me. with all my being I thanked creation for the gift, left my tears of mingled sorrows and joys mixed with the dew on blades of grass, said goodnight to sister moon, and meandered across the street, down my lava rock steps and back to my temporary home to finally eat dinner and write of my experience.
written in Bingen on February 5, 2004
modified slightly February 8, 2008
TAGGED! Time for a little bit about me and a tagging for you! <3
Tagged by GreyBird1881! 15 Random facts and a Pay it Forward!!
1. I am photo-phobic and hate taking pics so snapping one of myself is a lot easier than someone taking one of me.
2. Depression is a bitch. My quest for happiness has led me to two major career changes, 4 marriages, doggies, dollies and rement!
3. Hubby number 4 is Scott and he is my soul mate I met through Lava Life. He tells everyone that he is lucky #4 and proud of it!! He supports my addiction/passion for Blythe and loves me unconditionally! We have been together 7 years.
4. I have had tickets to BlytheCon since last August and to say I am excited is the biggest understatement ever!
5. My world is surrounded by men. My only girlfriends are the ones I have met on flickr and BK and I count myself very fortunate!
6. I am lactose intolerant but I've eaten ice cream almost every day for the past two weeks! The side effects have not been pleasant!
7. The Stanley Cup Playoffs have started and of course I am cheering for the Vancouver Canucks. Whoo hoo!!!!
8. We leave for vacation in a week and a half and all I can think about is where I am going to watch the George St. Pierre UFC fight on the 30th!
9. I am turning 47 this summer. At any given time I feel like I am living between 25 thru 55!
10. The only cosmetic enhancement I would consider is getting veneers on my teeth or dyeing my hair. The white is slowly overtaking the black and I really don't like it one bit!
11. I love love love that there are male Blythe collectors! That makes me so happy!!
12. I was a scrawny, sickly, unhappy kid. I now exercise compulsively and try to be as kind and generous to others as I can.
13. Housework sucks! I hate laundry, dishes, floors, dusting, cleaning bathrooms, etc. The only thing I don't mind is vacuuming because I have a Dyson and it rocks!!
14. I would like to be more girly and feminine but I wouldn't know how!
15. Totem poles freak me out!!!
Most of us have done this once or twice around but surely there is more that I don't know about you:
how to clean lava rocks
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