The summer that I turned 6 there were bees living under the floor of the wooden garage in the back garden of the house I grew up in. I can remember it so clearly. It was a proper, old fashioned garage, that would never been big enough for a modern car, but might have had … Continue reading A Charm of Bees To Tell Our Tales.
Month: May 2019
Climate Cacophony (And Why We Must Find The Harmonies)
I've been sitting looking at an empty screen for an hour, listening to the same song on repeat (Groceries: Mallrat, since you ask), pondering this post, and wondering how to begin it. The girls and I had a long, blissfully exhausting day yesterday out by the river and among the trees with lovely friends. A … Continue reading Climate Cacophony (And Why We Must Find The Harmonies)