Barefoot Gypsy is really Juli, a mother, artist and herbalist, who lives a natural life in the Ozark Mountains. She says, "I was raised by a healer."
Juli greets you on her blog with NAMASTE - a sanskrit greeting meaning "My spirit honors the spirit in you."
While I was enjoying her writing and photographs I noticed that she has another site - for herbal teas.
There is no trouble so great or grave that cannot be diminshed by a nice cup of tea.
Healing House Teas. Lovely pictures and descriptions of teas she formulates and packages herself from herbs she grows on her homestead.
I am a tea-lover so I could not resist.
Zen Thin: " to support wright loss and promote health"
3 Sisters Tea: " to comfort and warm the soul"
and Blessed Tea: "for a gentle feeling of peace and well-being"
They arrived promptly, carefully packaged and delicious.
I am loving them.
Remember the tea kettle -
it's always up to it's neck in boiling water
but it keeps singing.