Bears & Succulents

Did you know leaves and flowers form the largest, most dependable portion of the black bear’s annual diet? They seek tender plant parts with nutrients in a digestible, fluid form. In spring, many young plants fit that description. Early foods are catkins (flowers) of aspen, willow, hazel, and alder. Emerging leaves, grass, and small plants…

Golden Elephant with Succulents

Elephants are the ever so gentle and wise spirit animal that exemplifies focus and strength. Elephants are also the symbol of power, self-assurance, wisdom, kindness, loyalty, leadership, confidence. True to its strong structure, an elephant as a spirit animal gives you the energy to finish off any task without any delay. I have always loved…

The Little Bronze Owl

Unless you visit a zoo or a bird sanctuary owls are the birds that are very rarely seen. Here in my state there are only four species of owls; The Great Horned Owl, The Barred Owl, and The Screech Owl. In a previous internship job I had the opportunity to work and take care of…

Planting with Alligators

Growing up I was fascinated with a wide array of animals and at one time thought about being a Zoologist, but, my creativity and ideas directed me into a different direction, towards my business. I love to design or recreate an item to sell in the shop that has a meaning behind it. Take for…

Leo the Lion

Looking up at the night sky you might can recognize a few of the constellations.  Leo is a highly recognizable constellation, as it is one of the few  that resemble its name. It is fairly easy to find because the “pointer stars” of the Big Dipper point to Leo. As for the zodiac meaning Leo’s are dramatic,…