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Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring

“One way to open your eyes is to ask yourself, what if I had never seen this before? What if I knew I would never see it again?” ~ Rachel Carson Rachel Carson’s groundbreaking book, Silent Spring c…


Eating Like It’s 440 B.C.

Image: Isis, adorned with cow's horns, is nursing Horus, 611-594 B.C., Metropolitan Museum, New York. This post today is inspired by a book that has been grabbing a lot of my attention lately. It…


Real Men Knit (with video)

A few years ago, one of my eight year-old male students was interviewed for a local newspaper and they asked him what was his favorite thing that he learned in school. His answer was, "Learning how t…


Emotional Roots: Can You Go Home Again?

Do you long to go your childhood home? This is the stuff both dreams and nightmares are made of. Childhood is where you developed the foundation of who you are. The foundation that rocked …


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I made Faux rice pudding using cooked spagetti squash...chopped fine then proceed as with cooked ric…

No one could have ever made me believe that the letter I'm about to write would actually one day be …

Living on a mountaintop in the Shenandoah Valley I got WAY too much experience at shoveling my drive…

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