Monthly Archives: July 2011

Introducing: Domestic Spaces: Part I of IV

It had been a really good day. I spent it with my friend and my baby.  We had gone to the farmer’s market. To a thrift store. We bought seedling for our gardens and I bought a small shelf for … Continue reading

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Ode to an Artist’s Retreat

Well, retreat might be stretching it. Retreats should come with a view of the mountains and yoga. We’ll call this instead, and ode to a fabulous place to work really hard. And if you love your work, well, it may … Continue reading

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Feasting: The Farm, The City and The Spiritual

I want to own goats.  And chickens. Yes, really. I want to do this for several reasons. Because they are cute. Because they are relatively small. Because I genuinely believe that it is a good thing to connect to our … Continue reading

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Painting In the Sun

Let’s start with the obvious.  It’s hot here in North Carolina. We’re talking “If I can help it, I only leave the house before 9 a.m.” kind of hot. I am a Colorado girl. I do snowstorms really well.  But … Continue reading

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