Rosemary and Reflections


Parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme, when combined, make a love charm.

Plant rosemary by your home’s entrance.

As you walk by it, brush your hands or legs against the branches

and needle-like leaves for a fragrant, refreshing aroma in any season.

Weekend Reflections sponsored by Newtown Area Photo.


Tom’s wife, from Tom & Icy fame, was born today.

Happy Birthday, Red!

green butterflyA frequent visitor here who likes to remain mysterious,

would like us all to consider helping the children of Haiti by visiting

The Universal Learning Centre’s Website and doing what you can.

green butterfly

Happy Februa @ The Chrysalis Stage

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22 thoughts on “Rosemary and Reflections

  1. I always put parsley, sage, rosemary & thyme in my chicken soup. Is that why Amoeba loves me? Oh hey, is that why I think I’m all that?!

    We had Rosemary by our backdoor in Kuli’ou’ou and I often brushed against it for “air” freshener!

  2. OK, that’s a weird suggestion even for witchery, but I do have a rosemary bush in my backyard. Thanks for letting us know of Red’s birthday.

  3. Nessa, now I want some by my front door! What a wonderful idea. Even if it isn’t true the power of suggestion has me hooked πŸ™‚ Thanks for stopping by! Gung Hay Fat Choy!

  4. I can’t wait to have my own door to plant rosemary near. This moving back home thing is a doozy! I’m constantly planning and plotting what’s going to be what in my new place, so thanks for the tip!

  5. I love rosemary! Hubby doesn’t so much so I hang dried bouquet around and slip it into his food occasionally. Sage is great for head colds, I burn it with a bit of lavender in a bowl. And yes… I use all in soups and cooking.

  6. I love rosemary. I have always had it in my yard and when walking my dog, will brush my hand through rosemary bushes along the route and inhale deeply. Great post. I can smell it.

  7. Parsley, sage, rosemary & thyme
    they sound like a nusery rhyme
    and leave you smelling good or bad
    for sure you get the stink they had

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