Sister Kelly from Chicago dropped in to eat bread and measure our home's electrical pollution. According to the book, Invisible pollution surrounds us twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, interrupting our bodies’ natural flow of energy. And for some, that pollution has reached the point of toxicity, causing fatigue, irritability, weakness, and even illness.
I made a small contribution to the Hamilton County Urban Conservation Association, and Dan gave me a cap, a butterfly field guide and filled my minivan with native plants.
9 lucky garlic bulbs from last year's harvest turned to 60 cloves. Instructions: 2 hour soak in seaweed, plant in loose soil, cover with leaves, wait 8 months
Stanford EE, Jet Propulsion Laboratory then TRW @ Alice Springs, Australlia working a satellite ground station. Mom accidently packed his slacks from the 8th grade. I am one year old.
The Flow Installation at the IMA uses giant stick pins to highlight features that are of significance to our watershed. A mirror in front of each stickpin suggests that the observer is also part of the system. There is a phone number for each stick pin where you can learn about the significance of the featured element.