Wednesday, July 31, 2013

What Were You Thinking?

by Donna L. Watkins

You might enjoy a story I heard a couple of weeks ago that has remained on my mind. There was a lady who had read a book about how our thoughts create our lives. She didn't agree with it but something happened to her that brought that book back to mind.

© Donna L. Watkins - Native Azalea
Native Plant Botanical Garden
Georgia Perimeter College, Decatur, GA
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She had a houseplant that had a branch that just looked out of place and every time she would walk past it, she would think, "I need to cut that stupid branch off, it looks awful!"

After a few weeks of doing this, one day she noticed that every leaf on that branch died and yet the rest of the plant was gorgeous. It really shook her up a bit, so she decided she was going to test it on people before believing it. She had a mother-in-law who only called about 5x a year and it was always a negative call that was dreaded. Obviously she chose a most likely NOT to succeed case study, but she decided to think good thoughts about her. Praying blessings over her, wishing her a good day when she thought of her, etc. Not long after that the mother-in-law called 3x in one week and ALL of those calls were positive. She was now convinced and I thought that was awesome!

Words really do create. God created the entire world with words. He SPOKE all things into existence so the power of our speech, or our thoughts which have to be formed before we even speak, are really amazing.

Genesis 1 is filled with "God said" for the creation of the universe. He blessed it all and called it good. What would happen if we took on a project like the woman with the houseplant? Forget the plant and choose somebody that you have a problem with and begin to think and speak good things about them. If you do that only half the time and the other half still have negative thoughts, you obviously won't have any changes come about, so be sure to choose someone that you can sincerely speak blessings over.

Often our children don't follow the way through life that we had hoped they would. I hear a lot of people speak things over their grown children that can be interpreted as curses. Just because they're doing things we don't want them to be doing doesn't mean we should give the devil glory by repeating or recounting his work in their lives.  We need to expect that it will change because we have Christ within us and we can use words to bring about change.

© Donna L. Watkins
Native Plant Botanical Garden
Georgia Perimeter College, Decatur, GA
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I used to think about many things that we did not agree with as our son lived his own life.  Imagine how that must have come across to his spirit?  If we have children who have no interest in the Lord and we're born again Christians ... could it be that they don't want anything we have because our thoughts toward them have shown we have seemingly given up on them ever changing.

There is a control factor here that has to be considered.  Sometimes we want our children to be just like us ... or want them to fulfill dreams that we never did.  That's control and manipulation.  Each human being has the right to discover for themselves what God wants them to do with their lives.

Our thinking can't overcome somebody's free will, but some folks only need an ally, somebody on their side, to turn the tide. Somebody who can believe in them, no matter what the circumstances look like.  Speaking good things over our children or another person can make a huge difference in their lives. It would also make a difference in our lives.  If we're doing this with others, we are surely thinking and speaking things over ourselves that will create a life that brings joy or one that brings sadness.

"Finally, brethren, whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever things are just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, whatsoever things are of good report; if there be any virtue, and if there be any praise, think on these things." -- Philippians 4:8

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Max: A Hyper, Thunder Phobia Dog Uses Herbs to Relax

I just had to share this story about Max, a hyper, storm-fearing dog that is being loved by a new family after not being wanted by his previous family.

This story emphasizes the use of herbal choices vs. drugs and I like that a lot since we've been using herbs with our pets since the early 80's and have been so blessed by the simplicity and effectiveness of a simple plant.

Enjoy this story from a wonderful animal-loving family in Texas ....

We took in a dog named Max that a family no longer wanted after having a baby.  He was quite hyper and nervous.  We discovered he also had a fear of storms.  He would go absolutely crazy and be very destructive during a storm.  

We tried some pills from the veterinarian to makes his days calmer, but they didn't seem to work.  They made him act like he was in another world as he stumbled around, and he was still so anxious and crazy when we had another storm. I don't like having an animal on drugs.

I decided to use Valerian Root to calm him down since a friend told me of several dogs she knew that had used it with success for this problem.  Valerian doesn't make him stumble and it calms him down enough so he can still play with the children, walk about and do what he wants without being so nervous.  If it's real stormy, we have to give him two pills and that gets him through the storm.  As you can see from the photograph, he is super relaxed as the storm passes by.

We are thrilled that we can use Valerian to keep Max calm rather than nervous on any given day.  He is a real clingy dog and doesn't like to be left alone, so I give Valerian to him whenever we're going to be gone from the house.  He is so laid back now that it isn't even funny, but I should say until he sees a mouse and then, the race is on in slow motion.  He will catch them and bring them to you.
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Blackberry Lily

by Donna L. Watkins

© Donna L. Watkins - The Green Comes First
Many years ago shortly after we moved to Virginia in 2000, we went to an Open House at Tufton Farm which is where things are grown for Monticello, Thomas Jefferson's home.  They keep up with these historical plants since Monticello has a small garden center with plants for sale.

That day we received a little 2-inch square pot with a blackberry lily plant in it.  We planted it, it grew bigger every year and has a been a great delight in our garden.  It has so many beautiful forms from the time it comes out of the ground until winter is back again.

I wanted to share the photos of this plant with you since it has become one of my favorites.  It duplicates itself since the berries fall to the ground and the next Spring tiny little two-inch plants are around the larger plant.  So there's plenty to share and everybody that sees it's amazing display of color and profuse number of flowers.

We have deer that visit our yard so we have to use plants that they won't eat.  They don't touch these since they are actually part of the iris family.  Daylilies are a favorite of the deer so we've not been able to grow them here.  This is our alternative option since it's as close as we can get to daylilies.

Hardiness Zone:  4a to 10b
Height:  24-36 inches
Exposure:  Full Sun (but mine is planted in part shade)
Bloom Time:  Mid-summer into Fall
pH Requirements:  6.1 to 7.8
Seeds:  Poisonous

© Donna L. Watkins - The Buds Are Light Yellow
© Donna L. Watkins - Many Blooms Create Quite the Display of Color
© Donna L. Watkins - Closeup of the Bloom

© Donna L. Watkins - After The Bloom Dies, It Twists Itself -
Very Cool Look as The Seed Pods Below The Twists Grow Larger -
Dead-heading Will Definitely Produce More Blooms

© Donna L. Watkins - When the Seed Pod Cracks Open,
This Is What's Inside.  Lots of Berries that Actually Look
Like a Blackberry as a Whole, Which Is Probably How It Got It's Name

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Hummingbird Myths Revealed

Do Hummingbirds really hitch rides on the backs of geese to migrate south?   It's time to set the record straight on some of the biggest hummingbird myths.  Birds & Blooms shares the answer to this and other common hummingbird myths.   Read the entire article..

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Thursday, July 25, 2013

Thought Life

by Dr. Caroline Leaf

87% to 95% of the illnesses that plague us today are a direct result of our thought life. What we think about affects us physically and emotionally. It's an epidemic of toxic emotions.

The average person has over 30,000 thoughts a day. Through an uncontrolled thought life, we create the conditions for illness; we make ourselves sick!

Research shows that fear, all on its own, triggers more than 1,400 known physical and chemical responses and activates more than 30 different hormones.

Change in your thinking is essential to detox the brain. Consciously controlling your thought life means not letting thoughts rampage through your mind. It means learning to engage interactively with every single thought that you have, and to analyze it before you decide either to accept or reject it.

It is possible, however, to look at your mental processes. In fact, it is not just possible, it is essential.

For example consider the following:

How many "could-have", "would-have", "should-have" statements have you made today?

How many "if onlys" were part of your inner vocabulary today?

How many scenarios have you created of the unpredictable future?

How passive is your mind?

How distorted is your thinking? Are you forming a personal identity around for example, a disease? Do you speak about "my arthritis", "my multiple sclerosis", "my heart problem"?

Do you ever make comments like "nothing ever goes right for me"; "everything I touch fails"; "I always mess up"?

If you answered yes even to just one of these, your thought life needs detoxing right now.  Read the entire article.

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Studies Show No Benefit in Reducing Salt

One 2008 study the committee examined, for example, randomly assigned 232 Italian patients with aggressively treated moderate to severe congestive heart failure to consume either 2,760 or 1,840 milligrams of sodium a day, but otherwise to consume the same diet. Those consuming the lower level of sodium had more than three times the number of hospital readmissions — 30 as compared with 9 in the higher-salt group — and more than twice as many deaths — 15 as compared with 6 in the higher-salt group.

Another study, published in 2011, followed 28,800 subjects with high blood pressure ages 55 and older for 4.7 years and analyzed their sodium consumption by urinalysis. The researchers reported that the risks of heart attacks, strokes, congestive heart failure and death from heart disease increased significantly for those consuming more than 7,000 milligrams of sodium a day and for those consuming fewer than 3,000 milligrams of sodium a day.

To translate this last study into teaspoons: the finding was that anything between 1-1/2 and 3 tsp of salt per day is just fine, and there were adverse effects from eating more than that or less than that. Most Americans who are not consciously restricting salt fall in this range (1-1/2 to 3 tsp). People who are on low-salt diets for medical reasons are getting as little as 1/2 tsp, and they’re well into the range where dearth of salt is harming them. The worst impact of low salt is on insulin sensitivity. Loss of insulin sensitivity is a big risk factor for all the diseases of old age.  Read the entire article.

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12 Uses For Garlic Besides Cooking


There’s so much more to garlic than cooking and vampire slaying. From treating cold sores and athlete’s foot to repelling mosquitoes and repairing glass, click through for some clever ways to use garlic.  Read the entire article.

If you don't want to work with fresh garlic, it's also available in these forms:
garlic oil gel caps
high-potency odor-controlled tablets
powdered garlic capsules

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Thursday, July 18, 2013

The Things You Have

by Donna L. Watkins

So often we are caught up in the circumstances of every day ... or in the battle of life for a long season, but one thing that will always encourage you is when you begin to list all the blessings you have outside of the circumstances. If we focus on the present earthly conditions in our life, we will be dragging along, but God has given us a choice to rejoice in all things, for He has won the victory already. We just simply have to enforce that victory with the power and authority that He gave us.

When the seventy returned with joy, saying, “Lord, even the demons are subject to us in Your name,” Jesus said to them, “I was watching Satan fall from heaven like lightning.  Behold, I have given you authority to tread on serpents and scorpions, and over all the power of the enemy, and nothing will injure you.” (Luke 10:17-19)

When we are weak He gives us strength. Faith appropriates the work of the Cross into our lives. It's simple, but definitely not easy to stand when you want to crawl into a hole and whine. It's okay to cry ... some days you can stand with your armor and other days you just crawl into the Father's lap and rest.

Don't give up no matter how many times you fall down. The Enemy is not stronger than you are. That's a lie and deception that he wants you to believe.  All he can do is deceive and if you come into agreement with him, he will accomplish his mission in life ... to kill, steal and destroy us!

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New Research on Spaying & Neutering

by Dr. Jane Bicks

The importance of spaying and neutering cannot be overstated when it comes to helping curb pet overpopulation.

Most pet parents think of alteration surgery as just another aspect of responsible stewardship, which may be why a recent study into the possibility that these procedures might have a negative effect on long-term health is making big waves online.

Fortunately, our holistic veterinarian expert Dr. Jane is here to walk you through the research findings and clear up any confusion. Keep in mind, this is a restricted study – only Golden Retrievers took part – and the findings are still being evaluated. See what the fuss is about in the latest post from Dr. Jane now …

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Order the set of guides online at—otherwise you'll have to collect them one by one! Look for the guides in a visitor center, AAA, outdoor retailer or Chamber of Commerce in your area or in communities near the parks. The little, green Oh, Ranger! National Parks & Public Lands Guide Set includes 28 guides in all, with more than 100 parks covered! Makes a great gift.
The following guides are included in the set:
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  • America’s National Forests
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  • Black Hills, Badlands & Mount Rushmore
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Benefits of Outdoor Play

The great outdoors is closer than you think.  Your child is one in a million .. Make Them One of 10 Million!

All children should experience the simple pleasures and lasting benefits of spending time outside. Join National Wildlife Federation's mission to get 10 million kids outside for their health & happiness!

The great outdoors is great for kids! Kids today spend an average of 7 hours a day in front of screens and only 30 minutes outside playing. Studies show outdoor time helps children grow lean and strong, enhances imaginations and attention spans, decreases aggression, and boosts classroom performance. In addition, children who spend time in nature regularly are shown to become better stewards of the environment.

Fast Facts About Outdoor Time and Children (Source:

• Children are spending half as much time outdoors as they did 20 years ago. (Juster et al 2004); (Burdette & Whitaker 2005); (Kuo & Sullivan 2001)

• Today, kids 8-18 years old devote an average of 7 hours and 38 minutes using entertainment media in a typical day (more than 53 hours a week). (Kaiser Family Foundation)

• In a typical week, only 6% of children ages 9-13 play outside on their own. (Children & Nature Network, 2008)

• Children who play outside are more physically active, more creative in their play, less aggressive and show better concentration. (Burdette and Whitaker, 2005; Ginsburg et al., 2007)

• Sixty minutes of daily unstructured free play is essential to children’s physical and mental health. (American Academy of Pediatrics, 2008)

• The most direct route to caring for the environment as an adult is participating in “wild nature activities” before the age of 11. (Wells and Lekies, 2006)

Watch the video and take the pledge to be out there on your patio, in your backyard, neighborhood, and beyond!

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Monday, July 15, 2013

Newsletter - 7/15/13

The Nature In Us Newsletter

Hello Friends!

"I must first have the sense of God's possession of me before I can have the sense of His presence with me." --- Watchman Nee, The Normal Christian Life.

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Donna Holding Baby Chickadee Fledgling
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I've been seeing more baby birds as they so enjoy squealing from a bush or tree limb waiting on the parents to feed them as if they haven't eaten for days. We've got big babies and small babies and as I am writing this the Bluejays are screaming "faster, faster" to the parents trying to keep them fed.  They're sitting on top of the feeder with food 4 inches beneath them.

We have the cutest Carolina Wrens and House Finches and speaking of small birds we also have baby Chickadees, which I wouldn't have known since it seems they like to stay pretty well hid.

How I found out was when a tiny Chickadee hit the deck door while I was on the attached screened porch. It wasn't a hard hit so I expected things to be well, but didn't know it was such a small bird. 

It was flying with another bird that turned, so I assume it was a parent because but the little one that hit fell down into a flower pot. It was lying on its side as I scooped it up and it had its mouth open but seemed okay. No broken neck or wings. So tiny! I was so excited to hold it for several minutes and talk to it until it got over the shock. Randal took a few pictures. What a precious little treasure!

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Love Deer aka Limpy with Two Abandoned Fawns
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Remember the deer we called Limpy last Summer that had a broken joint on one of its front legs? I've mentioned it this year when I saw it in the Spring and was so happy it had made it through the winter and that it seemed to be doing pretty well at getting around. She's a bit thin but we've got a lot of stuff growing around here that she likes.

A few weeks ago I saw a lonely fawn with no mother in sight. I kept an eye on it and nobody showed. I thanked God that He "opens His hand to satisfy the desire of every living thing" (Ps. 145:16) and released it to His hands. A few days later I saw it and another fawn with the limping deer. How sweet! Of course she didn't have any milk, but apparently the fawns are big enough to survive and grow. With our "special deer" watching over them and showing them the good things to eat and the bad things to avoid.

Randal challenged me on that name and I agreed it should be changed, but it took me a few days to come up with another. When I saw them together I decided to call her "Love Deer." The love of the Lord has allowed her to live and she is now sharing her life with these two fawns. How sweet it is!

I've always loved cows. I must have fallen in love with them when I was a child. Our weekend entertainment (besides the fascination of television) was to take a country ride. I loved animals so I wanted to have any that I saw. 

Watching Flicka I wanted a horse. Seeing Lassie, I wanted a dog. Growing up in Amish country, I got to see a lot of cows face-to-face because we would go to various Mennonite farms to purchase eggs, produce or baked goods. For a young girl living on the third floor of an apartment building in the city, the country with wide open spaces was quite a fascination.

The love of farm animals is why I became a vegetarian. There are many Scriptures about the care of animals. God made them to be friends of Adam before making him a wife. The Fall messed a lot of things up, but God has always had compassion on His Creation and had many commands relating to the treatment of animals that were in service to man. Factory farming has taken away the sweet images of cows in a pasture.

I finally uploaded three new videos. One is of a Eastern Tiger Swallowtail Butterfly gathering nectar from the Homestead Purple Verbena flowers. Another of a squirrel gathering a ball of rope from our hammock which we donated as the Squirrel Seal Team Training Center. The squirrels loved that hammock and would jump all over it and then dive down, climb up the ropes, bounce off the trees, spin on the ground. It truly was a busy exercise until they took it down to the ground, but this squirrel probably got some merit badges for taking home a mouthful of rope. The last squirrel video is of two squirrels jumping all over each other, around and under a tree, rolling around and having a good time.

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Banded Net-winged Beetle
The banded net-winged beetle (Calopteron discrepans) is a colorful black and orange and commonly found resting on vegetation in moist woods throughout much of the eastern United States from New England south to Florida and west to Oklahoma and Kansas. The adults range in length from approximately 3/8-5/8" (10-15 mm). Males are smaller than females. 

The front wings (elytra) on most beetles are hardened and they cover and protect the hind wings and abdomen; however, net-winged beetles have soft, leathery elytra (a pair of hardened forewings of certain insects, as beetles, forming a protective covering for the flight wings). The design pattern on them is amazing!

It is speculated that their bright coloration provides a warning to predators that these beetles are not good to eat. Adults are active during the day and they feed on decaying plant material, and occasionally on other insects. The larvae are predaceous and consume a wide range of prey including insects, slugs, sowbugs, and millipedes. Thus, net-winged beetles are considered beneficial insects. I love finding evidence of all the beneficial insects our wildlife habitat has attracted since we don't use chemicals and pesticides.

Clearwing Hummingbird Moth
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Yesterday I saw some hummingbird moths at the garden phlox.  They seem to love those flowers.  I told Randal that you can cup your hands around them and feel their wings beating so we went outside for him to experience that.  I did it first and the one I placed my hands on both sides of while it was feeding on the flower stayed about 5 seconds and then sat on my thumb for a slight moment on his way up and out to another flower.  What a sweet moment in life.

Randal did the same thing and I loved the smile on his face.  God gave us such fun things to experience in gardens.  No wonder He chose a garden setting as the best place on earth for Adam and Eve.  I wonder if Eve cupped her hands around a hummingbird moth.  Read a previous blog post on Clearwing Hummingbird Moths.  View a video of Clearwing Hummingbird Moth feeding.

Another blast from the past .... While our son was still at home growing up, we decided to send him to a Wilderness Academy. The corporate headquarters for a line of products that we distribute is in Utah and we had visited a number of times on award trips for convention, getting to know some people within the company.  One of those people left the corporate life to oversee this Wilderness Academy that put troubled teens into a primitive lifestyle to get them into a bit of reality. 

Ben & Donna Dancing Virginia Reel
Utah Wilderness Adventure - October 1989
After a Week Without a Bath
Our friend had a son the same age as ours and he wanted him to go through the adventure, but not with the group of troubled teens. Actually he wanted to see how a 10-year old would interface with the program. It was normally a six-week program, but these two boys went out for three weeks with a guide dedicated to them. It was quite the trip for Benjamin and for us with him being gone that long. That was in July of 1989 and it must've seemed really good since we ended up accepting another opportunity for Ben to do another three-week adventure with us going out for the last week of his time there in October.

I was always up for an adventure, but this one was certainly a challenge. We had to backpack everything (picture 48 lbs. on my back) and since it was a primitive camping mode, there was nothing left behind and even ashes from fires were packed out. Food was prepared in tin cans and your "bowl" was a tin can also. You would think I just fit right in as much as I love nature, but back then I had lived in suburbia and I was still terrified of bugs. Even sitting on the ground was stressful. We hiked 13 miles a day in the hot afternoons and slept in a tent at night in the cold of the Utah mountains. They actually made the exception for us being able to use a tent.

No toilet paper (unless you wanted to backpack it out, which we did not), so you used the soft inner bark of the juniper tree. Drinking and cooking water was taken from a stream and with mountain cold streams, nobody was taking baths
. At the end of the week there was a festive day with family meeting the teens that had been out in a different area and it was an emotional time when they did a "run-in" to their parents. Ben and his friend was part of that with us waiting. They had us dancing the Virginia Reel and eating better than trail grub. View Utah Wilderness Adventure photos. Since they're scanned prints, they're not as sharp as my regular photos.

I'm working on Dr. Caroline Leaf's 21-Day Brain Detox Program and am very excited about it.  I've also learned so much from her website about the brain and her focus is on how God created us to be perfect and our thoughts should line up with that.  Been watching some YouTube videos of her also to get my brain integrated into these awesome scientific principles.  She has a gift of breaking down the complicated terminology of the brain into everyday language.

My husband even mentioned to somebody at church yesterday about how much I was changing.  WOW!  I love it when science catches up with God. God does tell us in Matthew 5:48 to "be perfect as your heavenly Father is perfect." He designed our brains to have healthy thoughts and neurons so it can produce the feel-good chemicals that keep our mind focused and in peace.

It's also a scientific fact that we can control our emotions and thoughts - "Casting down imaginations, and every high thing that exalts itself against the knowledge of God, and bringing into captivity every thought to the obedience of Christ" (2 Corinthians 10:5) and that we can renew our minds - "Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind" (Romans 12:2). God never tells us to do anything we can't do.

Until next issue ....


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