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Pulpit theater   Leave a comment


As a small child, I was encouraged to eat the bulb/root of a Jack-in-the-pulpit by my grandfather and father. Pain for days and no understanding of why they both were so cruel.

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Two-tiered testimonial Two-tiered testimony These young Jack-in-the-pulpit plants (Arisaema triphyllum) were growing like a double-decker dais for delivering wildflowery speeches.

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Posted May 28, 2014 by theimaginationmuscle in my photos

Swans   1 comment


Father Jerabek's Blog

Today seems like a good day for a nice photo. Here are some swans that I saw in the beautiful town of Bruges, Belgium:

Peaceful. Peaceful.

Incidentally, I always thought that this photo would look good as an impressionist painting. Some photo programs (including the one that I use – GIMP) have “filters” that will supposedly produce this effect, but I have not been able to get it to work.

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Posted May 14, 2014 by theimaginationmuscle in my photos

onLy LoneLy   1 comment


funkari by sohaiL

onLy LoneLy

only lonely rooted deeply stands firmly …

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Posted May 14, 2014 by theimaginationmuscle in my photos

Forest   Leave a comment


Posted May 12, 2014 by theimaginationmuscle in my photos

Potato Planting- In The Garden With Children   Leave a comment


Cedar Ring Mama

I know, I know. I know what you all are thinking… I deserve “most inconsistent blogger of the year award”.

Yep! I won’t even go in to the layers of craziness that have been my life lately! But thankfully, circumstances are stabilizing. *Deep sigh*. 

I want to share pictures of the wonderful time we had this weekend, doing one of our favorite things together… playing in the garden!

According to the Biodynamic Planting Calendar, yesterday and today are perfect times for planting root vegetables- and the weather was also incredibly nice.  So we cut some already sprouting potatoes from the root cellar into pieces (I like to make sure there are at least two “eyes” per piece).

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And scooped some rich earth into each hole (wheel-barrowed over from behind the chicken coop, where the coop bedding from last year has been composting for months)- to ensure the potatoes have all…

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Posted May 12, 2014 by theimaginationmuscle in my photos

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