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My son and I circle the patch,trip on mounds, laugh from the gut thrill with the sunshine and abundant orange luck. That one. That one? That one. We thump them for their tone, heft them for their weight. I would plant myself alongside these pumpkins if only the sunlight at play in the cornstalks would [...]
“I don’t know if it’s true that blondes have more fun. But they are more fun.” –John H., 1978, One of my first manfriends. So I went blonde last weekend. I’ve been some shade of red my whole life (the last few years the shade of red has been somewhat predicated on what box has [...]
Several years ago, I attended a fire circle in western Colorado, where I then lived, on Grand Mesa outside of Grand Junction. The fire was in conjunction with a plant spirit medicine class being taught by a shaman in the Huichol and Nahuatl traditions (central Mexico) named Eliot Cowan. Eliot is Tsaurirrikame of the Huichol [...]
I honestly never considered my toothbrush to be part of our eco problem. Did you know the in the United States 50 million pounds (that’s 25 tons) of toothbrushes find their way to landfills each year? Check out Ideal Bite’s daily web message. I’m stunned by the sheer volume of waste that we generate and [...]
Click here for Vincent Van Gogh’s timeless art put to Don McLean’s equally timeless music. Have your speakers on. Wonderful meditation on a great soul–who is, of course, part of our collective soulfulness. Don McLean wrote Vincent in 1971 after reading a book about the life of artist Vincent Van Gogh. In the 1970s, the Van [...]
Cool story in pictures sent to me by Michelle Duncan. Norbert Rosing’s striking images of polar bears playing with sled dogs in the wilds of Canada’s Hudson Bay. The photographer was sure that he was going to see the end of his huskies when the polar bear materialized out of the blue, as it were. [...]