Summer time / Living is Easy ? / July Give A Way –

Pergola is almost ready. Can’t wait. Thank you Rudy ..

Sun dried tomatoes with fresh garlic and basil in extra virgin olive oil a dash of salt and pepper.

Harvest from the Garden:
Basil, green and yellow squash

The economic times in the country is really not the best. Yet, we are hopeful and carry on .. as usual. We are a resilient bunch and even though we are not as happy with the political climate and all the (empty) promises that were given .. we are still hopeful.

The saying is .. where there is life .. there is hope. And so, we hope, for good health care, more jobs, etc.

This was written by a dear friend and mentor:

Life’s task is to be like an otter, seeking adventure and joy in our
endeavors, instead of being like a beaver, always tied to work that
must be done and feeling guilty when it is not accomplished.

— Sincerely,  Journey Scent

The fire flies are out and my garden looks enchanting as they twinkle in the evening light. I know its summer when I see them.

Upcoming Events in NYC:
The New York Botanical Garden

Presents: The Edible Garden
Perfumed Tea by Mandy Aftel
Thursday – August 6th, 2009
Time: 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Bronx New York

Mandy will be giving a talk on August 6th at the New York Botanical Gardens on perfumed tea as a part of the Edible Evenings series during this summer’s The Edible Garden at The New York Botanical Garden.

New & Back in stock:

New at SunRose:

– a wonderful Organic Wintergreen from Nepal. It has a beautiful soft pink color and the scent is just delicious.!

– aged Sandalwood Sri Lanka 2007 – a deeply sensuous essential oil for both men and women.

Cinnamon Bark Organic (NOP) Sri Lanka warm and spicy.

Be sure to care for your skin, especially if you are out enjoying the beach, park, riding your bike .. please remember to hydrate your skin and drink lots of fluids.

A good way and easy way to do this is with Hydrosols. Rosehip is especially wonderful and cooling as is the Peppermint. To read about our many different Hydrosols please visit our page.


Aloe Vera & Seaweed Gel

Quotes for July ~

‘ For him in vain the envious seasons roll –
Who bears eternal summer in his soul.’
– – Oliver Wendell Holmes, The Old Player

‘ Summer is the time when one shed’s one’s tensions with one’s clothes,
and the right kind of day is jeweled balm for the battered spirit.
A few of those days and you can become drunk with the belief –
that all’s right with the world.’
– – Ada Louise Huxtable

‘ Deep summer is when ..
laziness finds respectability. ‘
– – Sam Keen

Our Blog give a way for July 2009 ::

– 4 oz of our Aloe Vera & Seaweed Gel
– 1 oz Rosehip Hydrosol (O) USA

Be sure to leave a comment and include your :
– name
– email address
so that we can get in touch with you!!

The drawing will be on July 30th, 2009 !!

– til next time
Enjoy these summer days,

12 thoughts on “Summer time / Living is Easy ? / July Give A Way –

  1. Deb says:

    Those dried tomatoes in oil look absolutely delish! Did you treat them with anything? I know the commercial ones usually are treated to make sure no botulism spores are present. Herbs-n-oil are a great growing medium. I really don't mean to be a downer, I just don't want anyone to go through the problems that can cause.DebdebraATteleportDOTcom

  2. says:

    Hi Deb: I buy the sun dried tomatoes then I prepare them with my own fresh herbs. they never last long enough for me to worry about anything growing in them .. thanks for the heads up though. besides they are for the family and friends only ..

  3. dlans says:

    Wow your tomatoes look really good. The give away looks really great also. I have been trying hydrosols but I don't know enough about them yet. I ordered a book about them last week so I hope to be learning more soon. I hope you are having a great summer as we are here in Sunny and hot South Carolina. I would love to win this awsome gift. Count me inThanksDoris

  4. SpaGoddess says:

    I'm so jealous of the bounty from your garden!! For now, I have to be satisfied with the farmer's market. Soon!! I will have a garden!! you can contact me via my google profile:)

  5. Suzy says:

    The pergola looks marvelous (as does the garden harvest)! I recently learned about hydrosols, too, but don't yet know much about them yet so am very keen to learn. 🙂

  6. Brenda says:

    Your pergola looks fabulous. I'm sure you'll have many relaxing visits there and enjoy your beautiful gardens. I'm fairly new to Ms. Tina's group and always enjoy your posts; love that you are so generous with sharing your knowledge on so many

  7. marmee says:

    Love your blog and web site! Thanks for sharing pictures of your bountiful garden. Our growing season is over now here in a very hot Florida! But we have 2 seasons for growing, spring and fall!Thanks for the give away too! Love anything ROSE!Margaret

  8. Susie says:

    Oh Roe, I want to come have dinner with you and your tomatoes, basil, garlic and olive oil,maybe with a little noodles, fresh goat cheese and a nice hunk of fresh made garlic bread! We can eat under your beautiful new pergola.I would love to enter your give away Thanks!

  9. Patricia says:

    Oh my goodness! I sure wish it wasn't such a crummy drive down there. I would love to be able to attend some of the lectures at the Botanical Gardens. Your 'jewels' from the garden look wonderful! Are you going to be hostessing a dinner under the pergola any time soon???? Just saying……Would love to be entered into your giveaway!The hydrosols sounds great. Throw my name in the hat please.PatPatricia Rose-A Potpourri of Fabric, Fragrance and

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