I have given my "Rescue Remedy Sermon-ette" to far too many people of late. It dawned on me last night that it would be a good thing to put up a picture of it and then tell a lot more people about it, and you turn in turn will tell your friends...
Talking with Sweet Brenda about her adorable Bailey and his troubles with bigger pups in doggie training class, RR came to mind. I opined. M2 is getting on a plane with her twins for the first time...Aunt Blabby opines again. Why do I bring this up? Because it really works. I learned about it from one of my old friends, Leslie McGuirk who used it for her two adorable Norwich terriers when they were under stress.
I first used RR on Jasmine, one of our rescue kitties. She had been caught in a humane trap as a wee thing, and never really seemed to get over it. Of the four kittens and mom that we trapped, she was definitely the "toughest nut to crack". For the first year she lived with us, she avoided Paton, me and the other cats like the plague. After learning about RR, and within a few days of putting a few drops of RR in her water bowl, Jasmine was jumping up on the bed and allowing us to pet her. She got relaxed with us for the first time, she even purred. Then I started brushing her, which she loved, and things just got better from there. Rescue Remedy opened the door for all of us.
With Fall Quilt Market approaching and so many of us working too hard for too many days in a row, I am doing what I can to make the experience more pleasurable, and I will not hesitate to put a few drops under my tongue if things get tense.
Skeptical? just google "Bach Flower Essence" or go to the Dr Bach website.
I'm off coffee, but "I still loves my sugar"...The first of our Blog-able Feasts: "A Dazzling Dozen Delicious Desserts" is coming up soon. We've put things off a tiny bit, what with kids going back to school and so many of us in the throes of FQM. So it's looking like mid-September now.
Back in two shakes...H2