Tuesday, June 30, 2009


the studio now that I'm home again. Packing away, shifting around and removing stuff to make a more spacious place.

The weather's been so perfect, bright and hot and rainy and cool in turn. All the houseplants are outside for their summer holidays. The radishes, new onions and strawberries are gangbusting the market. We can ride bikes downtown sleeveless for late-night movies!

I finally got a copy of the Nuala O'Faolian interview that E. Wachtel did in 2008,
And there is this timely thing, and this.

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Tenderness & Responsibility

Some reading tonight on attachment theory and I came across this image from Nat'l Geographic (vol. 31, 1917, pg 564) which is paired with this caption:

Tenderness and responsibility in their treatment of children is a virtue of the Eskimo which binds them closer to the brotherhood of civilized peoples than their skill at carving or with the needle.

Thursday, June 18, 2009

1st kales, spinachi, nasturtium, rapini, beet greens

make a good salad for us for supper. Celebrating no more buying greens for a few months.
s u m m e r !

Sunday, June 14, 2009

1st Radish

The weekend was really sunny and beautiful. We worked in the garden and enjoyed salads with the first tender rapini and spinach leaves and one bright radish.

Monday, June 8, 2009

Friday, June 5, 2009


and a cotton jumper & wool sweater bought from the ladies at the little antique shop on Main Street (Sackville, NB).

What a dreamy, temperate summer day.

Green Eggs

The glorious fruit of the noble hen.
Would you like them here or there?

Monday, June 1, 2009


Linkat Marshwinds farm.

+ take a look at this