This is what 20 degrees looks like….

26 Mar

Don’t know what to say about moon cloth. Waning? Lost in space?
lost in space

and this…
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and this….
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plants under straw, covered with sheets. One more night of low temps. Tomorrow I’ll uncover everything and see where we are.

7 Responses to “This is what 20 degrees looks like….”

  1. Mo Crow March 26, 2014 at 12:59 pm #

    as my old friend Pete (plant shaman extraordinaire who moved to Brazil to save the rainforest back in the 70’s and is still there) said so long ago-
    “Spirit likes to see us dance on the shifting sands of change”

    • Patricia March 27, 2014 at 6:37 am #

      i’d like to say i’m “hot-footing” it–but it’s still too cold for that image. doing the jib though.

      • Patricia March 27, 2014 at 6:40 am #

        eeeeeee that would be JIG

        • Mo Crow March 27, 2014 at 12:44 pm #

          I always enjoyed pogo-ing back in the 80’s, handy for keeping predators at bay & do you remember doin’ the twist! about 15 years ago at a glass conference one of the young dudes said you would remember how to do this when the band cranked up a cover of “Twisting the Night Away” I sure did but hadn’t tried since I was 12, came off the dance floor bright red, dripping with sweat and close to collapse but it was fun!

  2. karmadondruplhamo March 26, 2014 at 2:14 pm #

    the Being in the cloth …. same as the Being of your Garden…..

    ok. what i am wanting to do is revisit these last couple posts in say…2 weeks. give or take.
    How then, these moments will be History. i’d like to come back and look and read again and see what comes to mind of it all. see what we think then. it’s hard, when in the
    MIDDLE of it all to gain any sense of clear vision sometimes….and maybe looking back
    we can know some things that we can pack into our pouches to Go with. Although it’s
    been hard, i am finding self grateful to be allowed IN to your journey here…Love,

    • Patricia March 27, 2014 at 6:41 am #

      yes–the cloth being. and the want to warm it up. maybe it will just continue to change with the seasons — and the only fixed record may be the pics. and that would be just fine. glad you’re on this journey with me. funny how much that means!

  3. deedeemallon April 1, 2014 at 4:15 pm #

    it is interesting to see the moon face with limbs and then the moon face with cloaked form. I can’t help but feel it as a response to the cold!

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