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    • September Challenge: Save the tomatoes!

      Why did we think it was a good idea to plant 10 plants or maybe 100 tomato plants? Did we imagine ourselves surrounded by beautiful tomato salads or as Pablo Neruda put it in his poem Ode to Tomatoes: the tomato star of earth, recurrent and fertile star, displays its convolutions, its canals, its remarkable amplitude and abundance, no pit, no husk, no leaves or thorns, the tomato offers its gift of fiery color and cool completeness. It is now late summer in Ohio, and ...Read more →

    • Shared Meals and Social Change

      Summer is a time to enjoy the perfume of freshly mowed grass, the song of crickets on hot muggy nights, the moon that rises and the rain that falls.  The heat of the summer also seems to bring out the worst in us, the riots and the hate.  This summer has been challenging. We are in a season of divisiveness, of confusion, of lies and half-truths. Who do we believe?  Who do we like? Who are we? If you’re feeling unsettled by these questions, I ...Read more →

    • July Challenge: Watching our water usage

      Water is the driver of nature. – Leonardo DaVinci A sponge under a leaky faucet takes care of the annoying drippy noise. I do that. I have also plugged the sink and let it fill up with the drips, you know, to save water.   I will use that water for the house plants or to wash dishes. But really, this is just plain laziness and fixing the faucet would be a much better option and waste no water. During our hot and sometimes dry month of ...Read more →

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