Author Archives: PoetHerbalist

Infiltration of LittleTown, U.S.A.: Agenda 21 in Bonners Ferry, Idaho Part 2

In my last blog, “Infiltration of LittleTown U.S.A. Part 1,” I explained how the Boundary County Comprehensive Land Use Plan was infiltrated with language that essentially redefined the basis of Boundary County’s economy and the relationship of Boundary County citizens … Continue reading

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Infiltration of LittleTown, U.S.A.: Agenda 21 in Bonners Ferry, Idaho Part 1

Heads Up, Neighbor Think you live in paradise—in a peaceful corner of the earth where, usually, the most daily excitement you get is a celestial sunrise and watching wildlife feed from your front porch?  Nothing ever happens in rural America, … Continue reading

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Welcome to The Daily Herb: A Country Woman’s Journal

This is the entry page to Sara’s blog.  These pages will dally in poetry and practicality–herb as metaphor and remedy.  The thoughtful reader may find book reviews, cultural/political commentary and eclectic bric-a-brac.  The pragmatic of mind will find seasonal garden advice,  herbal knowledge, recipes … Continue reading

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The Emperor and the Babe

And it came to pass in those days, that there went out a decree from Caesar Augustus that all the world should be taxed.  …And all went to be taxed, every one into his own city (Luke 2: 1 & … Continue reading

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