A poem about the new autumn days.
Episode 016 of The Ashlee Craft Show: It’s fall & it’s cozy-time, which means the smell of apple cider & cozy sweaters & pumpkin pie is coming back. The poem, “The End of Summer” from Ashlee’s poetry book “Autumn (Four Seasons #1)” captures the space between summer & fall perfectly.
Episode 013 of the Ashlee Craft Show
In Episode 013 of The Ashlee Craft Show, Ashlee reads a poem titled “Shift” from her upcoming poetry book, “A Ship Onto a Sea of Hope”.
Sheep were one of the first animals to be domesticated.
Sheep have very good memories & can remember as many as 50 specific humans & sheep for several years.
There are more than one million sheep in the world.
Baby sheep (less than 14 months old) are called lambs, female sheep are ewes, male sheep are called rams or bucks, & neutered male sheep are called “wethers”.
Sheep’s horns are
made of keratin,
just like your fingernails.
In the tenth episode of The Ashlee Craft Show, Ashlee reads her article, “This is What Happens When You Choose to Live Life Authentically”, which was originally p& discusses authenticity & loving yourself.
In the ninth episode of The Ashlee Craft Show, Ashlee reads an essay titled “Hello, Beautiful 2017” from her upcoming book “Not a Dime a Dozen”.
Episode 008 of the webseries The Ashlee Craft Show.
In the fifth episode of The Ashlee Craft Show, Ashlee reads an essay titled “The Problem & The Cure” from her upcoming book “Not a Dime a Dozen”.
In the fourth episode of The Ashlee Craft Show, Ashlee spotlights her exclusive “Life is My Playground” pins, available at SHOP Ashlee Craft.
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In the third episode of The Ashlee Craft Show, Ashlee reviews the Myakka River State Park in Sarasota, FL. She discusses the awesome canopy walk (aka “The Best Observation Tower EVER”), the trail, the “Yellow Freedom Meadow”, & a whole river filled with gators.