This is the season where my passions collide. Harvest is upon us, the bees have given us their gift of liquid love. Jars of canning line the pantry and the drying porch is filling up. As I wrap up the garden for this year, my thoughts go to my studio and all the pots … More Garlic, Honey, Sauerkraut and the Potter’s Life
Here I am 1 day away from our next open yard/pottery event. I’m sitting on the bed, laptop and a mug of tea, trying to find the words to say to encourage you to stop by on Saturday. I suck at this. I’ve bought books on internet marketing,took the courses, read the articles on which … More Throwing it to the wind and a recipe
“There’s a level of panic that comes with all this abundance.” … More Spring, Creating, and a Poem.
When I’m in my garden, I’m thinking about making art, when I’m in my studio I’m thinking about food and what to cook next. When I’m cooking my mind wanders, creating a ceramic dish that will complement the food I grow and feed my family. While beekeeping I watch the bees and marvel at their … More Juggling Hats
Confession time…… I haven’t felt the blogging love for quite a while. Writing about the technical/ education based side of my life felt dry and lifeless. Sharing my inner life seems a bit self-absorbed. Going on about the events of the last year of which there were many, well that’s just too much. What’s really setting … More Hunkering down
Good morning all. This rainy Monday has kept me from the garden, so I figured it was time to do a catch up newsletter for you. This time of year is crazy busy, trying to get all the projects done here on the homestead. Gardens planted and plans made. Her are a couple of upcoming … More Spring News from Sage Permaculture and Folk School
This holiday is also known as Candlemas, or Brigid’s (pronounced BREED) Day. One of the 4 Celtic “Fire Festivals. Commemorates the changing of the Goddess from the Crone to the Maiden. Celebrates the first signs of Spring. Also called “Imbolc” (the old Celtic name). This is the seasonal change where the first signs of spring … More Imbolc; half way to Spring Equinox