Archives for December 2011

On Holiday

I will be in Tennessee for almost a week visiting family. May all of you have a wonderful new year! [Read more…]

Spa Scrub Recipe

I’ve been very busy preparing to host a Yule dinner with friends and making gifts. My husband and I don’t have much money so we often bake and create gifts. He makes amazing apple pie and cookies. For the Staff of Asclepius blog I’m wrapping up an interview with a Pagan in New Zealand concerning [Read More…]

Staff of Asclepius Reader Survey

Writing the Staff of Asclepius blog is an amazing challenge. I get to interview people and research many different topics then share them with you. I hope you enjoy reading the Staff of Asclepius as much as I do writing it. I want to know more about my readers and what you want. Please click [Read More…]

Fruit Humor

IMAGE: Orange carved to look like a person made of peels carrying the fruit flesh across wood planks. Words read: Sometimes you just have to pick yourself up and carry on … Thanks to Richie Bradley, a musician on Google+, for posting this citrus gem. [Read more…]

Community Linkage

Every week there are new press releases, articles, information, and videos popping up concerning Paganism, spirituality, health, or disabilities. Community Linkage is a collection of useful information and sometimes entertainment for you. Not just weekly but every weekday. You can stay informed by adding me to one of your social circles on Google+ or follow [Read More…]

Web of Light

Written during the December Lunar Eclipse In An Orphan’s Tale: In the Cities of Coin and Spice by Catherynne Valente, there’s a tale of the last Star Being of the heavens walking through a vast dark abyss until she reaches countless tiny swirling Grass Stars. Even though she walks carefully through the rivulets and marches [Read More…]

In-Home Care: What happens to the injured?

My sister was fortunate to walk away from a serious auto accident that totaled her vehicle. While her bones and joints mend (three cracked ribs and a dislocated collar bone), my family and I are assisting. Since I’m currently unemployed, I’ve got the morning and day shift. That’s mainly getting her three kids to school [Read More…]

Video Video

At the Staff of Asclepius, technology is often showcased because it is used to advance the physical well being of many different people. TED videos are most commonly posted since they are cutting edge and also include humanitarian and environmental topics. If you come across other YouTube videos that you think are fascinating send a [Read More…]

World Aids Day

World AIDS Day is held annually on December 1st. It began in 1988 and was the first ever global health day. World AIDS Day is a chance for people to unite in the fight against HIV by learning about the disease, ways to prevent it, and treatment opportunities. They can support those living with HIV [Read More…]