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Anne Vervarcke's Blog – August 2013 Archive (5)

For The First Time In Denmark

Monday I was waited for in Copenhagen airport by Signe Schepelern, I only knew from mail dialogues so far. She took me for a quick tour in the city before we met Jost (who flew in from Germany) and Michal (from Israel today as well). We were invited by Jeanette and Ole for dinner and to stay overnight. It was wonderful to sit around the table with homeopaths from 4…


Added by Anne Vervarcke on August 29, 2013 at 2:00pm — No Comments

The Botanical Garden


My walking started in Greece as I explained a few posts before, but homeopathy actually started in my (first) garden. At that time, herbs were my main interest. I read every book I could lay my hands on, at that time a limited number, and I planted herbs in my garden.  Many herbs could be picked in the wild as well and dried to make a decoction. So much was I fascinated by the subject, that I wrote a herb encyclopedia myself. I was 22 years old and stayed home most of the time with…


Added by Anne Vervarcke on August 23, 2013 at 3:30pm — 1 Comment

Plants Will Come At Our Rescue

My feeling- or is it my wishful thinking?- is that plants will help us out.  The movie Carol Boyce is currently making about Homeopathy on the Farm is a brilliant idea. Farmers are pragmatic people and it seems they are powerful as well, at least in the UK. They will use homeopathy if it works and when it doesn’t they won’t give it a second chance. I even asked myself…


Added by Anne Vervarcke on August 21, 2013 at 4:30pm — 1 Comment

Scotland In The Sun

About the time Aster left, my friend and colleague Louisa arrived in Edinburg. She was going to walk with me the second week. On Monday I talked at the get- together Elizabeth Biagi organized at her place.  After hesitating (and sending my letter to the minister as a reaction to her decision) I finally managed to let my computer there until Friday. It seemed like a good idea to leave everything behind for a few days and enjoy the walking (with a much lighter rug sack). It would keep…


Added by Anne Vervarcke on August 9, 2013 at 5:00am — 1 Comment

Grandmother and Granddaughter.


Aster and I decided to have a day off, go shopping in Falkirk, feed the squirrels in the park and then take the bus to the FIfe Coastal Path.  We stayed a night in Dunfermline and started walking from there along the coast. We followed the well signposted path and had a rest now and then on the sandy beaches. The weather was (again: unusual) warm for Scotland: we didn’t expect at all to get sunburnt, or lose so many liters sweat on this trip!…


Added by Anne Vervarcke on August 6, 2013 at 5:03am — No Comments

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