Monthly Archives: September 2020

Musical Antidote to ZOWEE . . .

Note: fee ZOWEE . . . I thank my former brotherr-in-law John for this offering, a piece he used to listen to with my sister Mary, a highly sensitive musical being, who died five years ago. Thank you, John!

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September 25, 2020: ZOWEE!

Remember the Q post that said to pay attention to weekdays of the next two weeks in September? Well, this is the final weekday of the second week, and yes, lots has gone down during this time. Just last night, … Continue reading

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Poem: Ode to Autumn

Briana Petty-Olivares lived in our little Green Acres Village for  two years. A blossoming poet, and master of language even then — she was the one who came up with our simple, exacting motto — “Growing community from the ground … Continue reading

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Question: what caused the fires out west? Answer: what level do you want to talk on?

Note: Let us remember, during this Equinox time when the Sun begins to move through Libra, sign of balance in relationships, that yin and yang always work together. More on that notion at the end of this post.  Okay, what … Continue reading

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Autumn Equinox 2020: Moment when darkness begins to overtake light . . .

. . .  and moment when we are to turn, inwards, for the next three months, until Winter Solstice December 21. Let us learn to integrate the activity of the light months into the fertile ground of the dark months, … Continue reading

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43 days until the most consequential election in U.S. history — what is your role and mine?

For our July 4th celebration during Covid-time, rather than a big Community Dinner here at Green Acres Permaculture Village we gathered, just eight of us who live here, to sing a cappella three patriotic songs, the lyrics of each reminding … Continue reading

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Reflections on RBG legacy, and (timed?) passing

This is just an impression, so take it for what it’s worth. My sense is that RBG featured greatly in extending to women the same rights and privileges as men, and for that she deserves immense gratitude. However, over time, … Continue reading

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This beautiful morning, sudden surprise on Griffy Lake Trail!

Puppy Shadow, shown here with kitty Tiger, in rare harmonious propinquity — — and I decided that today we would drive to Griffy Lake — and hike the trail up and down the hill, then over to the creek that … Continue reading

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