Posts tagged as: holidays

Celebrating FIVE Years With My Favorite Person On Earth

March 9th, 2015 - posted under: The Farm » Family

My baby turned 5. At the beginning of March, just like that, my tiny little person was a whole year older. And as I’m sitting here trying to find the words to share my feelings about that, I keep typing . . . and erasing. Typing and erasing. It all feels forced. I really don’t [...]

Happy New Year, Let’s Do The Splits!

December 31st, 2014 - posted under: Furthermore » Inspiration

January 1st, 2014 February 2014 March 2014 April 2014 May 2014 (Earth Day portrait by Erin Feinblatt) June 2014 July 2014 August 2014 September 2014 October 2014 November 2014 December 31st, 2014 As a habit, I like to spend the last few weeks of the year pondering the past 365 days, and imagining how I’d [...]

A Few Photos From Christmas

December 28th, 2014 - posted under: The Farm » Family

Alas, the saga of “Sayward The Bad Blogger” continues. Do you celebrate the Winter Solstice? I do. In fact, it’s one of my very favorite holidays. And last week, I threw my first ever Winter Solstice bash. It was my first, because up until now, I’ve been celebrating with my godparents every year. For decades [...]

You Guys, We Did It!!! It’s Official: Report From Earth Day 2014

May 7th, 2014 - posted under: Furthermore » Inspiration

Warning! Sappy sappiness and bountiful gushing are about to occur. Starting here. Before I even begin to launch into this celebration of a post, I have to stop, straight away, and say: THANK YOU! A few months ago, back in February, I put out a call for help. A fundraising effort that would allow me [...]

I Need Your Help! Let’s Talk About Earth Day 2014

February 10th, 2014 - posted under: Furthermore » Inspiration

Earth Day, 2013 Last April, Waits and I attended the historic Santa Barbara Earth Day Festival. Unfortunately, it was not what I expected. And that night I went home, and I wrote that teary, heartfelt post, and I said my piece, and I renewed my resolve, and then I moved on. Life goes on. But [...]