Home improvement entails physically fixing up one’s house. But what about the emotional work of homeownership? One way to improve your home is through gratitude and acceptance. Does everything constantly need to be “fixed?”
In an age of tenuous global supply chains, it doesn’t hurt to know how to treat common ailments with plants growing in your backyard.
Like a tribe of hippies living in a dome, hornets prefer a round home. And like flower children, they are peaceful. The hornets never hurt us.
Winter is approaching here in the Hudson Valley. You must prepare your wardrobe, your furnace, your insulation – but also your mind. Others can help with the first three areas, but I am an expert on the fourth. Follow these 14 easy steps for mental winter preparation:
Recently a friend asked me: “If you could perform a wedding, what would it be like?” Let me see….
A festival is a leap into the unknown. Be bold.
I am, I believe, the only presidential candidate with palindromic slogans. For example: “Toll a ballot!” – “We’d limit NASA’s anti-mildew.” “e.g. Never revenge!” – “National plan: O, I tan!” – “Selah. We revere whales.”
Warning: trees may begin speaking to you. It happened to me after six years here. Nowadays, a tree in my back yard offers me advice almost daily. I asked her if she wished to speak for this article, and she said (to all of you), “Do everything slowfully.”
The cover of False Documents shows two commedia dell’arte characters — medieval Italian clowns — dancing audaciously above the surface
Art in the Hudson Valley is in conversation with our forests and mountains. The Jervis McEntee show last year at