A slow procession
Lots of things buzzing in my neck of the woods. Exciting updates to come! For now, enjoy some photos I snapped this past week on my sweet yellow beauty.
News from the hive
Weather continues to shift, hummingbird sighted in garden, lower level of compost turned to black gold. Bees on blossoms, tomato, orange, possible future of urban apiary.
If you’ve never experienced the joy of accomplishing more than you can...– Robert Brault
Happy Saturday! I’m enjoying a rainy weekend here in San Diego, relaxing after a two-day garden makeover, thankful for the weather-induced excuse to hibernate with the cat and watch the clouds roll around the buildings downtown. Pardon the Photo Booth quality, my digital pal pooped out on me this week! The areas covered with straw were previously wrecked with weeds of all kind, and the...
The Universal Minute
The more I find myself attentive to and concerned with the minor details, the more I find myself enthralled with the whole. Watching the cat knead the bed in search of the perfect sleeping place, picking camouflaged caterpillars off the brussel sprout leaves, studying the swirls of cream until the coffee is stirred, these things bring me to my knees of reality, where I am humbled by the whole.
Good morning friends! This week I had the joy of trying out my first roll of color film in the old Canon AE-1 that Scott gave me last year. It was a breath of fresh air after all of my battles with black and white film processing, developing and printing last semester. I was really pleased with the results and you can check out the whole batch here. We had a stroke of warm weather hit San Diego...
What I'm Digging
Happy 2012! I had the most mellow new year’s eve to date, left a neighbor’s party early in order to witness the stroke of midnight from the comfort of my own front porch. Scott and I were in bed by 12:30, it was fantastic! Only three days into the new year and already I am experiencing growth at my job with TakeLessons, in my personal relationships, and most importantly, in the...
new year's resolution: passing through illusions
“The real can be known only through the false, so the ego is a must. One has to pass through it. It is a discipline. The real can be known only through the illusion. You cannot know the truth directly. First you have to know that which is not true. First you have to encounter the untrue. Through that encounter you become capable of knowing the truth. If you know the false as the false, truth...