la vida es sueño

Mar 28

music for a rainy day.

mantenlo prendido… fuego!


Mar 4

Feb 5

These are my jams!  Please take a peek if you can.


Jan 24
me encanta, aurel schmidt

me encanta, aurel schmidt


Jan 22
Ahh…

Ahh…


Jan 20
la bella luna

la bella luna


Jan 17
Querido Luna, we’ll miss you.

Querido Luna, we’ll miss you.


Jan 15
Happy Birthday to my main gal, Isa.  I love you!

Happy Birthday to my main gal, Isa.  I love you!


Jan 14

Radical homemaking’s where it’s at

Great quote from Shannon Hayes’s book, Radical Homemaking:

"The trick that Ruth and Sanford had taught us was simple.  Mainstream American culture views the household as a unit of consumption.  By this conventional standard, the household consumes food, clothing, household technologies, repair, and debt services, electricity, entertainment, health-care services, and environmental resources.  In order to be a ‘successful’ unit of consumption, the household must have money.  Ruth’s and Sanford’s household was not a unit of consumption.  By growing their own food, living within their means, providing much of their own health care, and relying on community, family and barter for meeting their remaining needs, their household was essentially a unit of production (just not by the standards of a market economy).  Thus, their income wasn’t critical to their wellbeing.  In fact, over the course of her life, Ruth even amassed considerable financial savings.”


Jan 10
abrazos rotos

abrazos rotos


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