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Biblical Rains and The Aftermath

As my memory serves me, May is always pretty rainy. Two years ago as my husband and I were planning for our early June, outdoor wedding I remember getting to the end of May after nearly 30 days straight rainshowers …

Gemini Twins

Gemini Twins

This is our first spring in our new house. I'm still learning the rhythms of nature here. Still discovering the beings that also call this little space home. Every morning Isaac and I (or Matt) head down to the back …

Spring Freeze

Spring Freeze

Gardening is an endless conversation with nature. Forever being humbled by a force much greater than myself. Forever learning this waltz. She steps, I step... maybe one day it will look prettier.

It's May and this is the third night …

I, Shakti

I, Shakti

I cycle with the moon. We run in parallel, she and I.

I see her as I back bend pre-dusk, watching me over the roof; both waxing onward.

I see her in the evenings, glowing through the crack in the …

Tomatoes Are In

Tomatoes Are In

Yesterday afternoon I planted 12 of our tomato plants in the raised bed gardens. It took me a few days to debate over the perfect timing; too soon and the cold will stunt the growth; too late and the high …

Spring is For Greens

I spent the afternoon re-organizing our "greens" bed. Pulling the straw off, lifting grass and henbit out and sorting through what's what. Seeds shift in the wind and rain, moving out of the perfect line you hope to create. Or …

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