The Gardens have been put to rest. The Winter Red Winterberry plants are peaking. Just a few weeks ago, we swapped plants in this bed: the Montauk Daisies are now in the back of the bed, directly in front of the shrubs, and the evergreen Lenten Roses (Hellebore) now greet folks at the edge of the walking path.
As the North American earth quiets down, how might you practice stillness?
Moving forward with a listening heart,
vision, inquiry, and action,
Our Gift of Love: All Programs are Free of Charge
Winter-Season Program Reminders (December – March)
Individual Support for Caregivers, age 8-88+ (by appointment)
Group Support for Caregivers under age 65, caring for loved ones with memory loss, under 65 (2nd and 4th Thursdays of each month)
Memory Café at 124 River Road, Topsfield Trinity Church (1st Saturday, or 3rd if a snow event)
Here’s the invite to the Drum Circle Memory Café (and below).
Help us create Accessible Gardens North of Boston! Please consider a contribution to our cause:
We are aiming to offer bigger and better accessible gardens in 2022. We’ve set up a Go Fund Me Page to assist this goal. Please consider a contribution in any amount. Checks made payable to “MaryMac Missions” will also fund 100% this goal. Simply put “RSR Accessible Gardens” in the Memo Line. Please read the Rest.Stop.Ranch Accessible Gardens Development Portfolio for more information, or contact me!