In order to see birds it is necessary to become part of the silence – Robert Lynd A book, a chair, a camera and a quiet afternoon in the backyard.
Grow Your Own In the First World War patriotism at home called for planting what were called Liberty Gardens. Beginning in WW I and again in WW II everyday urban citizens were encouraged by the government to grow their own … Continue reading
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Following the cycle of life. Re-posted from 10/2011. No matter where you live there are signs of the harvest, festivals, county fairs and blue ribbon pies. Roadside stands with red juicy apples and fresh tangy cider. Now to gather in … Continue reading
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“You must trust your subconscious and the unknown sources it can tap into” Mark Ryden Surrealist art as social commentary can be absurd to the point of humerous or. . . confusing. This artists bio reads ” a subtle disquiet … Continue reading
Where We Live – in a Tipi “Lets not argue about it anymore OK?” “Maybe something will still come up.” “No, I have tried everything, it’s no use.” “But” “No, we have no meat left, there is no … Continue reading
Where We Live – in a Grass Hut “Honey, I want to go out dancing tonight.” “What about the kids?” “We can drop them off at my sisters place and they can sleep over.” “Fantastic. What are … Continue reading
The other day I went walking out back and down and down the road to see if any ripe bananas where to be found. Bananas have an exciting history, in 600 B.C. they were mentioned in Buddhist texts