Mixin' In The Gravy Section :: Page 3

  • BLOG-Full Circle

    mushroom fennel soup

    Stewardship, I have learned, is rooted to the land, the soil under our feet, and embedded under our fingernails.

  • BLOG-See, Touch, Feel

    blue morpho butterfly

    I venture with the children to explore the inner mysteries of Franklin Park, and the kids show me a thing or two about good instincts, timing, and attention.

  • BLOG-Spring Interrupted

    Dandelion In The Frost

    Spring erupted during Easter week but was interrupted by snow and a chilling frost. The contrast and its consequence remind us that nature is often ambitious but not always kind.

  • BLOG-A Walk to the Rock House

    linger here

    We pass the time as well as any group of friends can on a beautiful spring day.

  • BLOG-The Springs in April

    apple pastry

    We are blessed to live in a garden-rich, good-bread, fine-food village and are fortunate souls to know it.

  • BLOG-Tennis Camp

    short shorts

    Code-named Tennis Camp, our spring break vacation is much like the Friday night dinner that we prepared together—splendid, eventful, and gone much too quickly.

  • BLOG-Misty Watercolor Dreams

    signing her work

    I indulge my child’s evening whim on a school night, and three of us find adventure in a watery landscape.

  • BLOG-Pie is for Pi Day

    hortopita cooling

    On March 14th, my mind turns to pie and this year to a homemade phyllo dough.

  • BLOG-The Sorcerer’s Stone

    vineyard's Sorcerer's Stone

    This week my daughter and I finish J.K. Rowling’s first adventure book Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone and we drink in the excitement like an exotic Elixir of Life.

  • BLOG-Everybody’s Heros

    deluxe banjo

    First you need something that vibrates; then you need something that resonates. These are the essential elements of a musical instrument… and of the national treasures that are WYSO Public Radio and Mad River Theater Works.

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