Wednesday, April 10, 2013
The greatest delight the fields and woods minister is the suggestion of an occult relation between man and vegetable. I am not alone and unacknowledged. They nod to me and I to them.
Excited for the multiple daily farmer's markets to return, to eat fresh vegetables at each meal again, and to grab growing things with the dirt still on them.
Also excited about the new Fischer & Shelter spring look books, both featuring Another Feather jewelry.
Thursday, March 28, 2013
Thanks to Tim Robison for capturing the process & taking these photos.
Thursday, January 17, 2013
A picnic by the river this past early fall. It has been raining here continuously for the past five days. At the moment this river by our home is at it's full capacity with rain water. Outside the sky stays the darkest grey as if it's always evening, the streets are full of water and the earth is so very wet. At first we embraced it, went out in it, even went for a long rainy day hike in the hills. But today the desire to venture out in the pouring wetness has been replaced with thoughts of sunnier times, and eating outdoors again.
Monday, January 14, 2013
The new year is here, it came quickly and quietly and now it rests. We too have used January to rest and reflect, to make plans and chase dreams in the coming year. December and January are two of my favorite months of the year, their pairing couldn't be anymore necessary. They go hand in hand as brothers. They are partners, one bustling and busy with cheer and joy, the other with quiet meditations, solitude, and new beginnings. Rest for the heart and quiet for the mind. The perfect compliments of time.
Sunday, December 9, 2012
Wednesday, November 14, 2012
The entire autumn season has been a blur. I cannot believe we are on the heels of thanksgiving, and quickly following will be Christmas. I realized today I haven't even shared photos from the end of summer, let alone the season we are in. So before we enter into the constant chill and waiting for snow, here is some film from the last bit of sweet warm summer.
some highlights:1. farmers' markets everyday
2. kayaking on lake lure
3. eating every meal outdoors
4. plenty of little road trips
5. drinking growlers of iced coffee
6. homegrown okra
7. the birth of our new baby niece
8. excitement for our friends & their new home
9. a night of Shovels & Rope with Jen Causey & Jen Altman
10. working outside on the front porch
11. lunches on the road
12. good friends' weddings at beautiful vineyards