Full-figured and lively under her woven broad-brimmed hat, presiding over her farm and garden, the goddess wears the cloth of her own fields—the silks of well-fed worms, the wools of happy grazing sheep in fluffy white herds, the fibers of fine cotton and boles of wood from the healthy forests. The garden which surrounds her house is like her: plants, colorful and sun-kissed, rooted in a black soil rich with nutrients and rich with love.