Tag Archive: gardens

The Glass Garden

How-to-Garden when you don’t have a garden————- There are a million things to love about life in Bermuda, food isn’t one of them. “Sprouting in your kitchen is like having a mini garden in… Continue reading

ACTION!

IT’S THE LITTLE THINGS IN LIFE THAT MEAN THE MOST. TIL NEXT TIME BIGMAMA. ALL OUR LOVE.    

Food Buzz and Biz

At my new favorite place in Bermuda, Wadson Farms, you can reserve a Turkey for the holidays. Yes, I guaranteed the termination of a living creature for my dining pleasure….but HOLY BIRD, how… Continue reading

A Garden Interpreted

“Six weeks. That’s one estimate of how long Bermuda’s food supply would last without cargo ships and aircraft bringing goods in.” Excerpted from a newspaper article written in 2013. http://www.royalgazette.com/article/20130405/ISLAND/704059986 I miss the… Continue reading

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… Continue reading

Growth & Change

“By sharing and learning about each other, we can see our oneness, stop focusing on our differences, and come together to take care of the earth.” -Aimee Golant, Metal Art Judaica    … Continue reading

New Beginnings

As Summer draws near, I reflect on a successful Spring. While the projects ahead often clutter my mind—-this year has brought excitement that makes a bright future feel almost guaranteed. But with all… Continue reading

Pots Pots & Projects

10,000 down, a few more thousand to go…… And they are going. With no profitable avenue for distribution, I went for the free ad on Craiglist. Come one and all. And they came.… Continue reading

4 Falls to Driftwood

Greenhouse 4 is coming down! The goats appear a bit confused as to why their house is being dissembled—while they are still living in it! Yesterday, I returned to quite a story. Apparently… Continue reading

One for the Road

In the spirit of before and after, extra innings, ones for the road and keepin’ on….             We have come a long way (back) in a short 15… Continue reading