An urban micro farm experiment. Adventures in trying to live a simple life.

Thursday, February 3, 2011

A twist of fate?

Is this just a mid-winter reflection? It seems that the focus of my blog has started to shift. I admit that I thought I could become self-sustaining -- barring any slaughter of animals. And I've certainly made a valiant effort in that direction. Yet, here I am taking photos of a soup tureen in the shape of a cabbage with a rabbit popping out of it!

And I'm perfectly OK with it!

I do not deny that I am oddly creative. As my ex-husband told me many years ago..."You're not like anyone else." Unfortunately, at that time, he meant it as a negative comment. It has really become the mantra that has allowed me to move forward. Odd how those things work.

My blog will shift a tad. It might not be devoted to earthworms. I've found some unbelievable blogs that I follow. How can you go wrong when you are reminded about Oscar Wilde's quote: "I find it harder and harder every day to live up to my blue china"—Oscar Wilde

After having a bit of a cancer scare that ended well today, I am all for embracing the inner me.

I am not like anyone else. (dammit it!)

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