I remember as a kid spending the days of summer down in the neighborhood creek and surrounding woods and fields. Along the edge of these woods and fields and the banks of the creek grew blackberries and honeysuckle which we would eat at our leisure. With the Covid pandemic lockdown, we have taken to the […]
Birds fly and flit about daring to come close curious mindswondering what I do hereamong the weeds and crop
“The first great thing is to find yourself and for that you need solitude and contemplation – at least sometimes. I can tell you deliverance will not come from the rushing noisy centers of civilization. It will come from the lonely places.” ― Fridtjof Nansen, explorer Featured Image by Vektor Kunst from Pixabay
The Benevolent Cook Keri and I have a new project. The Benevolent Cook. The main goal of the site is to provide easy to cook vegan recipes. The project was inspired by our Whole30 experiments starting January. We’re currently in our third run-through of Whole30. We have both lost a significant amount of weight which […]
A few days ago I found out that my dear friend Patrick passed away on September 9th. He was 51.
So this is what it’s like to wake up to a nightmare of our own making In a blue state of mind where an invisible army ran over the ground game and left us all casualties on the field I’m in a blue state of mind in a red country So this is what it’s […]
Testing out my new Kindle Fire tablet down here at the garden. So far so good. I really like the fact that I can take pictures with it instead of lugging around the big camera.
Yep, I’m still running. In fact, I’ve run every day this year aside from 2 days to recover from an injury and 1 day when I just didn’t have the chance to get out there. Not only that but I am on my 4th day of a new challenge. 5K a day. I ran my […]
Happy Thanksgiving! A few weeks ago I decided that I just had to run this 5k again to see if I could beat my time from last year. I’ve been running up to 5 times a week since Spring so I was pretty confident I could do it. I woke up at the crack of […]