Forget Burning Man…

Posted on Mar 20, 2013 in blog, eco art, garden, Uncategorized | No Comments
Forget Burning Man…

The event of the year is Tomatomania!–at least in this household. For the past month, Mark has been anxiously waiting for tomato planting season. (No matter that when we lived in Massachusetts that was after Memorial Day…not St. Patrick’s Day) The anticipation has been killing us. We’ve argued long and hard about which heirloom tomatoes […]

Sometimes a piece of string…

Posted on Dec 7, 2012 in blog, eco art, Uncategorized | One Comment
Sometimes a piece of string…

…is just a piece of string. My husband, without a hint of sarcasm, asked, “Is it OK if I throw away this piece of string?” Baffled, I looked up from my coffee and saw him holding a piece of string that I had left on the kitchen counter after opening a bag of birdseed. When […]

Uneasy being green

Posted on Dec 7, 2012 in blog, eco art, garden, Uncategorized | No Comments
Uneasy being green

OK, in the vein of full disclosure, I am uneasy being green or labeled as politically correct. The risk of hypocrisy is just too great. I can picture myself at the end of my life standing in front of Ed Begley Jr. guarding the Green Gates of Heaven. He’ll pull at his long white beard […]