This morning, I awoke knowing that I am in the lap of luxury, right now, at High Point! I’m packing to move to my homestead in North Carolina by May 30th. This has been a beautiful place to live, only minutes from the Atlantic Ocean. But it is time to stop paying other people’s mortgage and concentrate on building my own estate. I am excited, yet apprehensive, happy, yet concerned that I will need to adjust to living in the country, where all the amenities of a city do not exist. But there’s land, forest, water, electricity, sewage, and sunshine. I will persist and rise!
I will plant my aloe, philodendron, vegetables, and flowers.
In my Speech Communication class, one student discussed urban gardens and the benefits to our communities, children, and health. Urban gardening is not well-known but many of us live in parts of the city where there is little access to natural, fresh, and nutritional fruits and vegetables.
As a group-based, common occupation, gardening may provide a complementary approach in stroke rehabilitation” (Patil, et al, 2019, p. 17). “The traditional herbal medicine is a shield that acts as a weapon against the attack of any kind of virus. In India, the coronavirus infection does not impact much as compared to western countries” (Shendarkar, 2016).