It comes up in conversation periodically, and it can get pretty confusing when one person is talking only about agriculture, and another person is speaking about all interconnected systems. So here -- when someone says "permaculture," these two very short videos will give you a good, general overview of what they could be talking about. … Continue reading Sure, the turnips are a thing, but also…
What she said.
Poolside Podcast York
So the other day (week? Jebus time goes fast) I had the good fortune to sit down with Jonathan Smith, the lovely and talented host of Poolside Podcast York, to talk about the new Dr Sketchy's branch in York (every 2nd friday of the month at Parliament.) Which I did for maybe two minutes before … Continue reading Poolside Podcast York
The lovely and talented Erec Smith of Building Bridges interviewed me about the York Time Bank and I rambled and coughed and still had a lovely time and if it strikes your fancy, you can listen to the archive here: Building Bridges
Don’t wait. Do it now.
“Here’s how I think it works. Each one of us is born carrying a Silver Thread that runs from our life straight back to the heart of our Creator. No one has ever carried that particular thread before, and no one will ever carry that particular thread again. Only you will ever carry your thread, … Continue reading Don’t wait. Do it now.
Astrological charts came up recently, and it reminded me of the vocational chart reading I got from Astrodienst a couple of years back. If you're poking around this site to learn more about who I am as a human, you may find this useful because yeah, it's pretty much on the nose. If you're someone … Continue reading Starry-eyed
Art, Music, Tea, Monsters
Here are the the tea blends and relevant songs that were a part of March’s Sound & Vision opening at Hiveartspace in York: (you can get your own pouches and tins of the tea blends from Adagio, and 5% of each blend goes to support the ACLU.) The What’s With All The Screaming blend was … Continue reading Art, Music, Tea, Monsters
What he said.
This essay by Charles Eisenstein is so good. I had to share it if only to say: what he said. Here's to ferocious peace, man. "Writ large, the situation at Standing Rock is the situation of our whole planet: everywhere, dominating forces seek to exploit what remains of the treasures of earth and sea. They … Continue reading What he said.
The Hero of This Story
Thanks Facebook Memories 🙂 A year ago I posted about this email my mom sent seven years ago. She was always ahead of the curve, because man is this ever useful at this particular time of the world. “It’s an excerpt from one of Martin Prechtel's books that mom typed out and sent me in … Continue reading The Hero of This Story