Serpent like line runs through lavender. She runs west of our home, severing irrigation pipes and alarming us more than a little! In my imagination, she is a dragon who woke up writhing wildly in the early hours of Sunday morning. Believe me, we noticed her! The walls of our home twisted and everything in… Read more »
Valerian and Frost
Burrrrrr!!!!! (Okay, I know, some of you are much colder! But we Mediterranean climate people aren’t used to frost!) When you need gloves to walk the goats in the morning, and when the grass sparkles at sunrise like stars, you seriously consider spraying Valerian on tender young plants, if you didn’t the evening… Read more »
Light and Portals
Tomatilla in late afternoon. Biodynamics is one of the few disciplines that addresses the forces behind what we “see.” It requires more quiet to feel these forces, another consciousness even, balanced with reason. What is it about light that opens these portals? The late afternoon sun shining through the tomatilla skin… Read more »
Boey Casual Browsing Yes, she is a casual bowser, meditating in her own way on sunlight turned leaf— a great exercise, it turns out, for this Crystallization period ending February 15, and particularly if you are a goat!