Mixin' In The Gravy Section :: Page 2

  • 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.

  • BLOG-DRUM Roll Please

    Grow Peace Mural

    Friday night, the thunder that could be heard across the fields of Mills Lawn School and out into the community was no mere storm. It was the soaring music of activism.