i happen to have incredibly creative friends who make beautiful art.
i was feeling alone today, so i decided that rather than wallow (i still did a little bit), i would keep in mind how not alone i am, despite how i feel. these are some pieces in my home that were created by some lovely folks.
- Published on February 28, 2010
spending the afternoon running around town with rachel and steve (and some family and roommies) was so much fun. if you live in grand rapids, you probably recognize some of the great eateries we stopped by. we also visited a few places ive been wanting to shoot for a while. rachel and steve are such a fun, wonderful couple. cant wait for their wedding this summer!
- Published on February 24, 2010
i spent the weekend at a food justice retreat on bethlehem farm in west virginia. here are a few of my favorite photographs. more images and thoughts to come…
i love this.
bags of onions and garlic stored in the basement.
literally, the best peanut butter and jelly sandwich i have ever tasted. maybe i was just hungry, but with homemade bread, peanut butter and pear(l) jam it cant get much better!
eric teaching us about cold frames- a great way to continue growing greens during the winter months.
- Published on February 15, 2010
this, my friends, is what happens to clam chowder after two months in the refrigerator. judge if you will. but it gets to a point when i don’t even want to open the lid for fear of the horrible smells and tremendous colors that will seep out. i would have thrown the pan away, but it’s my favorite.
at the end of one semester in college, rather than throwing away old food, a couple friends taped up their little dorm fridge that had been unplugged for a few months and tossed it. i always thought that was so strange. but i think i understand a little bit. old food is scary.
- Published on February 9, 2010