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    out and about: green-wood cemetery.

    Yesterday we took an amble around the 478-acre Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn. A little nod to All Souls’ Day. A little opportunity to walk around someplace with colorful leaves and curvilinear paths. A little…

    November 3, 2014 7 Comments
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    silver and green: the oregon coast.

    Anyone who tells you that the Oregon coast is always gloomy lacks experience, or at the very least, imagination. When the sun’s not shining golden, the sky glows silver instead, offering the senses a…

    August 19, 2013 39 Comments
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    the green fields of the mind.

    Around my sister’s table on Saturday night, we ate an autumnal feast of butternut squash risotto and kale salad made with October’s sweet leaves, and fresh, thick slabs of salmon crunched up with hazelnuts…

    October 15, 2012 11 Comments
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    pure green.

    in case you missed the news on twitter yesterday, i’m happy to announce that i’m a new contributor over at the pure green magazine blog. if you have a minute, hop over to see my…

    May 17, 2012 5 Comments
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    1. fallen black birch branches. 2. a jar. 3. boiling water. 4. honey. 5. wintergreen in a cup. good for what ails you and tasty, too.…

    December 12, 2011 7 Comments
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    blue and gray and green.

    the colors of the sea. i don’t remember the first time i read sarah, plain and tall, but these words from have echoed in my head ever since. this weekend, a trip to block island…

    May 2, 2011 14 Comments
  • green building love.

    hop over to sarah rich’s blog at dwell to read more about the greening of southie!  Trailer – The Greening of Southie from Wicked Delicate Films on Vimeo. {sorry. i’m excited}.…

    April 16, 2009 2 Comments