Ancient Origins Of May Reveal History Of Reverence To The Divine Feminine

The month of May is named after the Greek Goddess Maia. Maia was identified with Roman-era goddess of fertility Bona Dea, whose festival was held in May.  Maia is the daughter of Atlas

This Week at the Covington Farmer’s Market by Charlene LeJeune

Happy Tuesday, friends! I know you’re counting down the minutes to fresh vegetables, lively music, and tastes to delight your tummy. Our Wednesday vendors are busy as I write, preparing delicious mouthwatering meals

Mother’s Day in Covington: High Tea at The English Tea Room

Tea of the Week:  Mother’s Bouquet As its name suggests, Mother’s Bouquet is a wonderful floral tea with chamomile flowers, rosebuds, cornflowers and orange peel.  It is infused with citrus flavors for a