A little advice: full screen, volume up. A wonderful way to start a Saturday: LINK
Another Aeon find, Shorelines is a delicious nibble feeding my body, which misses the ocean to the core. LINK
My brother, Dr Brian Keenan, came on Meraki Radio this week to discuss seasonal living. Check it out HERE. Happy last day of Mabon!
I think the art is doing well as nature has provided another beautiful volunteer at the base of “Was it worth it?” — the garden is such a productive audience! It’s easy to escape some of the horrors this week when I lean into the season – I hope the colors help.
I learned about this screening and thought it may interest some of you. Here’s a LINK From the website: Western Michigan University – in collaboration with Iowa State University, Michigan Technological University and North Dakota State University – is hosting a virtual film and panel discussion to enhance awareness of gender bias and continued lack
I read The Chicken Chronicles by Alice Walker over the weekend, finishing it up early this morning– the chill of autumn in my toes. This book lifted my spirits and had some surprises that kept me moving through it. I’ll admit, I read the first chapter without thinking much about who wrote the book. I
During our meetup last weekend, @bnsunshine introduced me to aeon.co — thank you B! I have signed up for the weekly newsletter and am enjoying the diverse content. They also have another site https://psyche.co/ that I’m going to check out now. Happy weekend 🙂
If you want to see some photos from earlier in the year for comparison, go here. I just took a few photos in this hazy firelight outside early Wednesday morning. A couple of volunteer sunflowers guard the green sculpture and a hybrid squash plant has joined the brown study, Where are you going?. The black
I finished reading Memoirs and Misinformation today. That’ll make 7 books for summer reading, since I doubt I’ll complete another read before Sunday. I’m happy with my comeback after a bit of a gap midway there. This novel is intense. Jam packed with celebrity sightings– I’d call this a deep fake of a novel. If
It’s a whodunnit! I haven’t read one of these in some time, and it was fun to read. Thanks @wolfechelsea for the swap! The set up of the book is very enjoyable– the chapters are broken up into the characters with interspersed chapters that were written in third person based on The Wedding Night, which