WRITINGS AND PHOTOGRAPHS FROM A SMALL COMMUNITY IN WESTERN NEW YORK
High 80s and a pretty good breeze. So far, our house feels like we have central air. Windows closed and fans on.
Solomon's Seal, one of my favourites, and all looking great in Gary's Great Garden. the 'GGG "for short.
Dear Lori, so good to see a garden don its beginning. Soon, you'll have veggies galore! For all that wonderful cooking you do, the pictures of which you share with us on your blog.Question: When will you begin again to work with other visual artists? For years you've shared photographs with us of the emerging art work and I've so enjoyed that.Question: When will you begin again to work with your band? I have so enjoyed the brief video/audio segments you've shared with us in the past. Peace.
Hello Dee! So far, we have eaten rhubarb and spinach from our gardens. Gary has planted yellow beans, mixed greens, tomatoes, peppers, garlic, onions, beets, carrots, snow peas, radishes and we have raspberries and about 150 strawberry plants. He still has to put in cucumbers and squash. Our mixed greens should be ready in a few days.Covid took the wind out of my sails and I have had no art students fo well over a year. I doubt if I will start up again unless I get some requests.Our band has been practicing regularly and our first gig in on June 27th at the farmers market in Brockport. Tonight I posted many clips.Hope all is well!
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