I went to The Commons last week to hear a lecture entitled “Lessons from Cuba: Mastering Sustainability” by permaculture pioneer Roberto Perez Rivero. By the end of it, I wanted to hop a plane to Cuba, or at least convert my roof to a garden. Roberto has been an integral part of the Cuban Permaculture Movement […]
And by “diet”, I mean your optimal nourishment plan, not some fad nonsense. This one comes directly from Health Haven: Excuse: “Vegetables Taste So ‘Blah’ When I Make Them” Solution: The major mistakes people make when preparing vegetables are overcooking and underseasoning. Whether you steam, sauté, or grill, cut back a little on your usual cooking time […]
Oh, this video! Someone’s been reading my diary…. I intend to teach yoga in Italian some day. This helps. Plus, that DOG! Pancino (meaning “tummy”) is a FLAWLESS chihuahua name. L’uomo non è niente male neanche. Mi piace tutti di questo!
My family visited the Portland Japanese Garden recently, on the heels of a trip through the Washington Park International Rose Test Garden (for short), on the first of our multi-day Drink In Our Natural Splendor! tour of Portland, Oregon. Here are a few photo highlights: (Candy Cane roses, a personal fave) (Jizo, the Smiling Buddha)