Mistaken For A Rebel
MY RECENT POSTS
- my candle burns at both ends
April 22, 2011 02:46PM
- meet Vicky & the new peeps
April 21, 2011 03:04PM
- Making Goat Cheese at Home
March 10, 2011 10:31AM
- this beautiful evidence
March 02, 2011 10:19AM
- Sunshine and Easter eggs - in
praise of the Ameraucana
February 18, 2011 08:04PM
MY RECENT COMMENTS
- “"April comes like an
idiot, babbling and
April 22, 2011 05:14PM
- “Whenever I'm at OS I
check in to see what you've
one got me
April 21, 2011 03:15PM
- “Well, it took a while
and there's a long way to go,
doing what feels
March 10, 2011 07:45PM
- “MarkinK - Thank you for
the link. That's a
s, Dianaani : )”
March 10, 2011 06:50PM
- “I agree with Susie - I
want to story to continue. It
to make a way in
March 10, 2011 08:16AM
Rosemary Markowski's Links
- MY LINKS
I'm sharing a post from my series at Grown in the City called, Meet the Farmers. After Moving from my urban garden and city hen house to my much awaited plot in the country, I'm very interested in cities and their relationship with the region's farmers. While a… Read full post »
As I pull information together for the next Meet the Farmers post I'm finding some very interesting people and some amazing stories. Their tales unravel like fables and now the posts, although hopefully helpful and informative, feel like they are just scratching the surface of a big… Read full post »
It seems that along with the benefits of challenging myself to grow and explore, I sometimes suffer the undesired result of missing out on my own success. I'm re-posting a piece from last winter just to remind myself what has been accomplished. I'm taking a mo… Read full post »
Look who sneaked away from being the Snow Day Hostess. While the kids enjoy some bagel pizzas and hot chocolate I'll share the craft we'll be doing later. This is another craft that makes use of fabric scraps and beads. It's not complicated and gives you a chance to play around with… Read full post »
"Every act of creation is first of all an act of destruction."
Quote by Pablo Picasso Read full post »
This salad was my medicine today.
I don't think I can get enough raw spinach and red onions. My body has had it with roasted root vegetables, lentils and stews...they were so comforting… Read full post »
I love house plants. There's a special kind of comfort I get
from house plant heavy 60's and 70's interiors with begonias,
bromeliads, spider plants and arrow heads...
My greatest satisfaction comes from taking complicated and/… Read full post »
Today I read that time
and spent not a blink surprised.
The bouncing, slack and wrapping ribbon pulls a story
from there to here.
It's written by the hands of the angels by proxy
sent from ahead and behind.
Trapped behind glass -
writing secret codes -
tirelessly leading us home.
So here… Read full post »
The last couple weeks we've been having trouble with the Internet connection and I've been kept away from the blog. We have limited options for connection here and our first choice ended up being painfully slow....amazing being an hour from a major city! Thankfully our second… Read full post »
by Anthony Browne
A love story...and because any Anthony Browne is a beautiful,/… Read full post »
Here are a couple of the
new landscapes. I'm enjoying the search for fall color that avoids
some of the over used "autumn pallets" that end up looking like the
artificial foliage aisle at the craft store.
I enjoy the horizontal lines that fir and pine trees add. This interplay… Read full post »
Art trading cards - fun!
I was recently invited to trade cards with a group of other artist. We all made 2.5 x 3.5 inch pieces (no specific theme or medium for this round) and then we would send them out to each participant - receiving a small collection… Read full post »