Articles by Amy Magnus :: Page 2

  • BLOG-Elegant Lady

    She takes on Tioga

    My daughter spends the week apart from the family and aims—in her time away—at fabulous.

  • BLOG-The Assembly

    one of the artists at the opening

    Our lego project with our son was a happy accident. Following Sarah Strong’s counsel, we might let go of that bright blue instruction manual more of and let ourselves walk across uncertainty to a place fantastic and new.

  • Blog-The Wyatt Way

    finishing trout prep

    While I enjoy the cool stillness of an empty house, outside a construction crew makes steady sure progress in reconstructing our road.

  • BLOG-Chance of a Drizzle

    poached egg

    Determined, I brave the morning rain for the bounty of the Saturday Farmers Market.

  • BLOG-Superhuman Transformation

    Ceres and Eurydice

    Like many parents in town, I’ve eagerly awaited the night when my first born could join the cast of a Yellow Spring Kid’s playhouse production. That night is tonight.

  • BLOG-Fun with the Cousins

    COSI bound

    On a relaxing summer holiday, I love flowing the current especially the sweep of my own children’s ambitions.

  • BLOG-What Frozen Things Do in Summer

    monster gloves

    Enveloped in her own personal flurry, our seven year old felt as cool as can be… in Summer!

  • BLOG-Acceptance By Owl Post

    Hedwig the Owl

    This month, my daughter received a important letter by post…so important, that we took great care to fashion its reply.

  • BLOG-Happy Birthday Pie

    birthday pie

    This week we gathered around our youngest to sing out Happy Birthday. He soaked in the attention and asked for a slice of pie.

  • BLOG-Curds and Whey

    shape the mozzarella

    I didn’t like cheese much as a kid and now regret that I didn’t pay more attention to my aunt’s artesian cheese making. Now that goat cheese is a favorite food, I am most fortunate to have local mentors…and they have the enviable support of Antioch College in their farm-to-table endeavors.