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Monthly Archives: February 2008
What a farewell gift from the weather gods. Although I got lots of writing done at the writers and artists’ colony this year, I also enjoyed the reading time. I spent my evenings with Edward Hirsch, browsing his Poet’s Choice, … Continue reading
I went round to the sheep barn again yesterday, braving the face-freezing weather for a glimpse of the two latest arrivals, born on Sunday. I had apparently timed my visit to nap time. Tipsy was there with her colourful offspring. … Continue reading
What’s behind the blue door? The chickadees have long been friendly, but this is the first year I’ve had nuthatches in hand. This little white lamb is a charmer – always curious and full of beans… ..who’s mama’s favourite little … Continue reading
As we engage in our annual reflections about food and menu in the monastery’s dining room, it happens that the Food Programme’s latest show was on nursery school food and what toddlers eat: the roots of institutional dining, and part … Continue reading