In the middle of last summer’s heat, the multi-year drought affecting my state wove it’s cyclical death spell deeper into our lives. My thriving garden suddenly turned brown, withered and died. This happened to my company’s flourishing garden as well. It felt like the dying happened overnight and I felt a horrible sense of dread… Read More
In the garden one can find everything–food, communion, beauty, healing, knowledge and joy. This is a share from my personal garden journal as I teach myself how to tend this space and become a better steward in the world. Hopefully, this photo essay transmits the absolute joy I feel being intimate with plants, and cultivating… Read More
Me at Joshua Tree a few years ago. This is a magical desert in which the Faery and Ancestors can literally BE SEEN AND RELATED TO.
I have been feeling overwhelmed — on a personal and family level, and with society at large. A lot is happening at the same time as we transition our consciousness to keep up with the evolutionary forces that govern our reality. It has been hard for me to know what is real and what is… Read More