Ok, Really, Goodbye

“Thinking globally is an abstraction. What the world needs now isn’t love sweet love-that’s a slogan. What the world needs now…is more compassionate local actions: ‘Shopping at the hardware store owned by a family living in town. Buying locally raised tomatoes in the summer, and locally baked bread. Cooking meals at home. Those are all acts of love for a place’……

We could hear the crash of corporate collapse with every bite. Tough work, but somebody’s got to do it.”–Barbara Kingsolver, Animal, Vegetable, Miracle

“Truly transformational change usually seems impossible to fathom until it is obvious in hindsight.” –Derived from a forwarded email from my dad; one person’s opinion on considering our relationship to fossil fuel.


“No one steps in the same river twice.”–a movie, many movies, I can’t remember. Originally-Heraclitus, Greek philosopher.

Farewell farm. Off to Bermuda in search of a community garden. A chance to grow. A chance to learn something new.

Until 2017, Mama. Rock that sh**!