We are an herbalist daughter/historian mother duo who believe healing comes from nature, history, and within. We were grounded, lost it all, and became better versions of ourselves.
Click here to watch! http://www.wfsb.com/clip/13946400/how-was-christmas-celebrated-in-the-colonial-days
Click here to watch! http://www.wfsb.com/clip/13902171/thanksgiving-in-the-colonial-days
You might be surprised to learn that Halloween wasn’t celebrated in Colonial America! Click here to watch! http://www.wfsb.com/clip/13842678/halloween-in-colonial-america
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Take a look at the beautiful feature story on us here by Unlocking Litchfield! http://unlockinglitchfield.com/2017/05/grounded/
Even though our Better Connecticut segment went totally off-script, it was pretty amusing to see Scot and Kara attempt to swaddle babies, colonial-style! Check it out here: Grounded Goodwife on Better Connecticut
4 hours of video and audio takes 12 hours to analyze. Connecticut Ghost Investigations will be back in 2 – 3 weeks with their findings. They do all of this for free to keep it legit. VERY nice people. Stay tuned!
When Ehris and Mic were little, I had a framed index card on my desk. On the card was a short typed quotation from the film, National Velvet, which is not a simple movie about a horse-crazy tween. It’s not a kiddie horse-tale. The book/film is about family, and about will and desire. It’s aboutContinue reading “Mrs. Brown’s Horse Sense”