Imbolc Waxing Moon of Winds Even now the winds continue as winter and spring continue their tug of war. Seasons do not just give up here, seasonal ground has to be earned. Two China tours today. I left dissatisfied with … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: February 2009
Back home again, in Indiana… Indiana teenager burned trying to kill head lice with gas EVANSVILLE, Ind. — Police say a teenager who soaked her hair in gasoline to try to kill head lice was severely burned when the gas … Continue reading
Imbolc New Moon (Moon of Winds) The winds continue to blow, now driving a heavy snow. The winds come straight out of the north with gusts ranging as high as 16 mph. I’m not going to either the MIA (Maya … Continue reading
Imbolc New Moon (Moon of Winds) The moon of winds has already begun to deliver. We’ve had gusts up to 15 and average windspeeds of up to 5.6 mph. All the air and clouds running before a snow storm coming … Continue reading
Imbolc New Moon (Moon of Winds) Back to the treadmill, as they say. Kate’s home, tired but not in pain. Yeah. I’ve got a day of study tomorrow, plus some Sierra Club blogging. More treadmill time.
Imbolc New Moon (Moon of Winds) Off the MIA for a textile tour with Anne, then her surprise 60th birthday party at Nye’s Polonaise, the nation’s best bar. Later.
Imbolc New Moon (Moon of Winds) Somehow the coincidence of these two stories tickled me. Cemeteries go eco-friendly Seth Tupper The Daily Republic, Worthington Daily Globe Published Monday, February 23, 2009 Most cemeteries can be described as green spaces, but … Continue reading
Imbolc New Moon (Moon of Winds) Kate’s making red velvet cupcakes for Anne’s birthday lunch tomorrow. I finished cleaning out the hydroponics and will start later today planting huckleberry and mustard greens. The leeks don’t have to go in the … Continue reading
Imbolc New Moon Today will be a gardening day. How? I’m going to start seedlings for this year’s garden. Leeks and a few others have to get a long head start here since our growing season, even in its climate-change … Continue reading
Imbolc Waning Wild Moon I bought a netbook computer, an HP-mini. It’s a small thing that fits in the bag I used as a daypack during my Southeast Asia trip. This mini is the first portable computer I’ve had that … Continue reading