Tag Archive | community

Red Moon Eclipse – A Journey Come Full Circle

Let us look for beauty and grace, for love and friendship, for that which is creative and birth-giving and soul-stretching. Let us dare to laugh at ourselves, healthy, affirmative laughter. Only when we take ourselves lightly can we take ourselves seriously, so that we are given the courage to say, :”Yes! I dare disturb the […]

Sandy Hill Community Gardening Party

“Those who contemplate the beauty of the earth find reserves of strength that will endure as long as life lasts.” – Rachel Carson I love my community, I must say we’re pretty awesome. Case in point, the Community Gardening “Party” we had two Sunday’s ago where members of our community came out and help weed […]

The Therapeutic Nature of the Garden

When the world wearies and society fails to satisfy, there is always the garden. – Minnie Aumonier The clouds have temporarily retreated allowing us the perfect view of tonight’s first quarter moon. For those of you who have been watching the sky over the past couple evenings you would have noticed it slowly taking shape […]

Urban Gardening

An Evening of outdoor gardening was the kick in the butt I needed to get me back on track with my writing.  I apologize for my long hiatus – I missed the first quarter moon and the gorgeous full moon that just passed but I made it back in time for the last quarter moon. […]

Aunt Barb – In Loving Memory

“How do you spell ‘love’?” – Piglet “You don’t spell it…you feel it.” – Pooh’ A.A. Miln It’s been an entire moon phase since I started this journey and 5 years to the day since I lost my Aunt Barb to cancer. A loving wife, mom, aunt, sister, daughter and friend; she wore many hats and touched the lives […]

A Day at the Market

This past weekend was opening day for a lot of things:  My parents celebrated opening day for Pickerel in the County on Saturday with a few casts off the dock and a meal of fresh fish cooked over a campfire.  The Main Street Market welcomed the masses on Saturday and then the Brewer Park Market […]