INDEPENDENCE DAYS #21

I followed along with Sharon Astyk’s now-completed “Independence Days” project, which ran for 10 weeks, from June through August 2022 as an “exercise [to build] community, accountability

LINK FEST: 14 DECEMBER 2021

Links that may or may not be related to gardens, food, travel, nature, or heterotopias and liminal spaces but probably are. Sources in parentheses. 1

write 31 days: dreamscape – day 29

One of my favourite poets is Louise Glück, who recently won the Nobel Prize in Literature. This is from her poem “Witchgrass”: I don’t need

Wednesday Vignette: Golden Blanket

Ginkgo biloba trees — which have been around for 270 million years, have no living relatives, and can live individually for 3,000 years — lose

Write 28 Days: Have Heaven ~ Day 4 :: China Roses

Welcome to day 4 of 28 Days of Have Heaven, a short month of posts about heaven, paradise, perfection and desire, perfect places, art, theology, gardens,

Wednesday Vignette: Heavenly Folly Made This World So Bright

With daffodils mad footnotes for the spring, And asters purple asterisks for autumn — – Conrad Aiken, Preludes for Memnon, 1931 Photos from my garden

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