Aloha! Since my backyard urban farm in-development has taken up all my focus and energy and I haven’t been writing at all, I thought I’d share photos of how I’ve been staying busy. Honestly, it has become a full-time job. There are days when the MonSter awakes and I drag myself out of bed hardly… Continue reading May Garden Tour
The world has stopped. The unthinkable has happened and we’re in crisis mode, trying to get our heads around this ‘new normal’. I’ve been here before. No, not exactly like this, obviously. But almost five years ago, my world stopped when I finally admitted I couldn’t teach anymore. I’ve been adapting to my new normal… Continue reading Learning to Be
https://medium.com/the-mission/why-coronavirus-should-be-the-least-of-your-worries-d6ed6abe75bc It has been far too long since I’ve published anything but this article is important enough to share. If you allow your fear to spiral out of control, that lowers your immunity and makes you more susceptible to getting sick. Stay informed, but focus on connection and gratitude. Turn off the screens and get… Continue reading Love. Not Fear.
Despite the best efforts of mama deer and her two Bambis, our garden is going strong after four separate attacks. Awww, so cute -- until they decimate your plants and leave their turd raisins everywhere! They found the one hole in the 15-foot hedges in the back, and feasted on our apple trees, lilacs, hydrangeas,… Continue reading Oh deer! Our July Garden