We’re moving our Blog….

Yes we did!  Our page over at Blogger is associated with our Kent State University email and since I have taken a hiatus from graduate school to deal with my own personal health issues I decided to move the blog over here to Word press.  I’ve always been concerned that my school email wasn’t checked often enough and something would get lost along the way—so here we are!  Now to figure out how to merge the two into one and have the page there load here.  Ugh.  I am not a computer whiz any longer! The huge problem tho?  All of my photos are on my first site and they don’t transfer over.  Soooo bummin about that but…I can reconstruct them.  At least they’re out in past newsletters, Niume and Issu along the way so they’ve been shared.  I work so hard on my newsletters to you all!

On a positive note….there’s soap curing!!!!


New soaps being cured and ready for sale mid November…letting the creative juices run wild with names too, but for starters—here they are!!!

Aloe Vera Coconut Oil Soap with Lavender, Bergamot and Rosalina Essentail oils…..

Sandalwood, Frankincense & Shea Butter Soap with Cinnamon, Ginger & Honey….

Rose, Rose geranium & Rose of Sharon….thinking of calling this one Three Times a Lady…;).


Oatmeal & Honey with Tangerine, Nutmeg & Thyme…

any ideas on names for these?  Some are created with Aloe Vera juice as a base and some have lots of honey–both wonderful additives to give your skin added moisture over the fall and winter season.  Stop back soon and see what else we’ve created!

For now, have a blessed night–bee well, bee happy and bee healthy!




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