This event tomorrow is worth sharing. I cannot attend am hoping to hear about it or watch a recording… Here is a link to the registration: https://rutgers.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0H5kGYgMRY7Oi4l
We picked olives today and I turned another garden bed. The colors are worth sharing as these days shorten. The brightness of the olives in their fresh brine makes me happy.
My friend Francis died a year ago on Oct 31st. I talked about him on the radio with Brian (LINK) and with fellow reader Kate – who just had a baby! (LINK) – I am missing Francis and am reading this poem he wrote–
If you haven’t heard of City of Asylum – https://cityofasylum.org/ – you should check this organization out! I have visited their physical location in Pittsburgh, PA — such a cool place. This event celebrating Elena Ferrante made me think of y’all so I’m putting a link to the event here:
From KDRT, I met Adrian West: LINK Enjoy!
Turning the garden today and finding lots of jewels and gems. How are you all out there?
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.