Far from perfect, but it does seem like it is a moment worth remembering.
I am not a big Christmas fan in terms of the commercialism, but I do find myself enjoying how our culture seeks to create little whimsical pleasures for our children at this time of year. Here is Ula during our trip to NYC last weekend, taking in a Macy’s window. Posted with Blogsy
Picked my head up from my desk this am to catch this show… Posted with Blogsy
Even a cartoonist finds his niche on a family farm. Here, Bob is drawing our annual holiday cartoon for our holiday card. Posted with Blogsy
I’m headed down to Atlanta today to spend the weekend at the ever-popular Weston Price International Conference. If any of you will be going, I’ll be speaking Sunday afternoon, talking about techniques for having a meat-based diet in times of ecological and economic crisis, based on my most recent book, Long Way on a Little. […]
On this path, there are moments that pop up in every day and every season — little spontaneous jewels, where I am left breathless at the joy and wonder that surrounds me. A child’s unbridled enthusiasm for the fundamental pleasures of a harvest is a perfect example.
I just love how they show up everywhere this time of year, not just in the foliage.
Folks, I am back from my vacation and have decided to take a few days to move the last of my content over to this new site. If you are getting a lot of FB posts for activity, it is only that. I should be up and running completely by next week!
The freestone peaches at the market on Saturday were glorious. We made the most of them.