Making dough is a beautiful process. I love the meditative rhythms of kneading, the tactile satisfaction of working with my hands, and, most of all, overseeing the metamorphosis of flour. 436 more words
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This week there was a long list of things that needed to be done.
Chores for the older participants included moving wood chips into the flower beds, learning how to save the seeds of bachelor’s button flowers, harvesting and cleaning out the purple bean bed and weeding. 290 more words
I went to the field of sunflowers to live deliberately.
At least that’s what I’d tell Thoreau.
But really, I went to capture the bent and spindly yellow necks arching in unison towards the sun rising up and over the field, over the chaos of rapidly agin’ old roads and new ones no one can seem to find, and though I want to lend a hand to all the changin’ I can’t bear the red veins of pain running through it all. 151 more words
One of many proposals to revitalize Nashville’s Downtown as part of the ULI Hines competition 2014.
NEWSOUND: An Urban District for the New South
From the community garden.
Pretty decently-sized windowsill carrots.
Tomatoes for some quick middle-of-the-night pasta…
Apparently that was all… there was another basket of apples from the work-neighbours, but forgot to take a picture. 41 more words