My son came home from kindergarten with a new trick up his sleeve. He knows how to draw a peace sign. He's also been learning that Remembrance Day is for remembering those who fought in war. Every morning this week, he carefully pinned a poppy onto his shirt, just above his heart. Today, as a … Continue reading Peace, peace, peace
Because this stopped me in my scrolling tracks, I thought it might speak to you, too. Be who you needed when you were younger.
With the rain, comes the worms. I love seeing them out and about, looking for love. Unearthed, as it were. (And with only the rain, and no other grunters, to call them forth.) As I stepped delicately down the driveway, to avoid squashing any lovelorn nematodes, I recalled that a teaspoon of soil might contain from … Continue reading Life everywhere
First the Boomerang Bag. Then the Boomerang coffee mug. And now this. Fran Dickinson, of Frances Felt, leader of the no-more-waste army (Pemberton division), (feel free to sign up and join the mission), has made poppy pins that she will gift to those at the Circle Craft Christmas market, which happens to be taking place … Continue reading Poppies are for remembering
6am. We’re pulling into the gas station at the southernmost edge of Squamish, when we realize that my partner has forgotten his wallet and ID. We’ve been up since 3am, our plane is leaving in two hours, and we’re 100 km and 80 minutes from the living room where the black backpack containing crucial ID … Continue reading Falling upon kindness
Stewardship Pemberton's mushroom talk was over-subscribed when the Library hosted it last month - as in, they had to turn people away because there simply were not enough seats... so it's exciting to see another opportunity for any budding mycologists to learn to love (and not get poisoned by) local fungi. Not to mention, you … Continue reading Mushroom talk at Ts’zil Learning Centre Tuesday night, 5:45pm, presented by Stewardship Pemberton