It was a heat wave here in Maine today.
We even opened the windows to air the house for the first time this year.
It was a lovely 43 this morning and now on the porch it is 63 degrees.
~ Happy Days !!

DayLight Savings – March 14th – Spring Ahead
St Patrick’s Day – March 17th – Luck of the Irish
St Joseph Day – March 19th – Celebrating Fathers
Spring – March 20th – Spring has Sprung!

We are celebrating these days in March!

Some Green Essential Oils for St. Patrick’s Day

Basil, Sweet CT Linalool (O)A good tonic for the nerves especially when feeling fragile, sharpening the senses and encouraging concentration.
AIs said to calm hysteria and nervous disorders, yet seems to have an uplifting effect on depression.

Bay Laurel, Crete WC
Has a mildly narcotic and warming effect on the emotions.

Bergamot Italy (O)
Its sedative, yet uplifting character, is excellent for anxiety, depression and nervous tension.
A combined cooling and refreshing quality seems to allay anger and frustration,
probably by decreasing the action of the sympathetic nervous system.

Our hearts were drunk with a beauty our eyes could never see.
~ George William Russell

Eucalyptus Globulus:
Has a cooling effect upon the emotions. Also, clears the head, aids with concentration and strengthens the nervous system.

Juniper Berries:
Clears, stimulates and strengthens the nerves. It is said to purify the atmosphere and supports the spirit in challenging situations. A boon perhaps, to people in  the ‘helping’ professions.

Pine Needle:
Good for feelings of weakness, general debility and mental fatigue. Gives a refreshing note to a tired mind.

Saint Joseph was just a man, a tireless worker, the upright guardian of those entrusted to his care.
May he always guard, protect and enlighten families.  ~  Pope John Paul II

Enlivens the brain cells, clears the head and aids memory.  Good for mental strain, general dullness and lethargy.
It is very invigorating and strengthens the mind when there is weakness and exhaustion.

Strengthens the nerves and activates the brain cells thereby aiding memory and concentration.
Revives low spirits, feelings of exhaustion and combats depression. Said also to release mental blockages and trauma.

The first real day of Spring is like the first time a boy holds your hand.
A flood of skin-tingling warmth consumes you, and everything shines with a fresh, colorful glow,
making you forget that anything cold as harsh as winter ever existed.  ~  Richelle E. Goodrich

 Wishing everyone New Beginnings
and a very colorful and scent filled Spring!
~  Til next time ~ Rosanne