P is for Promise to Come out of the Closet


My partner in crime and I at our Timeless Ecomarket for Sustainability

Alright, as promised in this post I will tell something that is probably long overdue. Come out of the closet already!

I am

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oing to tell you now. {“Neea neea neaa”}

Here goes Drum roll

I am a:
Peasants Who Love Life Connected to the LIC, blog these posts for fun go way back to the 2012 days.

We’ll now simply call it the peasant life. Those posts are old news and I now do everything here. I will post as a page on this blog-a creative blend of imagination and truth. You may not know which is which and maybe that is the point. 🙂

The other day my neighbor and I were talking, mostly about the dog. But she and I agreed after she had visited many Native American sacred grounds that humanity took a very wrong turn when it traded its agricultural base for rapid expansion of mass industry at the expense of all else. We should have kept the agricultural base strong and plentiful and integrated industry gradually at a rate that sustained small scale agriculture “lots of littles.” This has affected nearly every aspect of society, including the method, virulence, and rate of transfer of viruses and infectious diseases.

But more on that later, maybe. This page is to be fun.

A peasant in the winter is still busy daydreaming and creating, working with his hands. T’is therapeutic don’t ya know. We rest because the time flies and the planting season creeps up quicker than we can make a chime.
This chime was made from Rumex hymenosepalus-weeds out of the garden that grow in your backyard; well, not yours because you have a weed phobia. What’s that? Come again…
Oh no, we peasants know you have to let the garden fallow every now and again and we just let it do its thing-weeds and all. Those five footers sure spark fun ideas, chimes, flutes, and what’s next.
Anyway, uncouth and a fun start here are the photos.



Not too shabby ay?
The candle stick was from old wood (already fallen since I do not take from trees) that I gathered by the river:



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