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The Necrosphere

The Art of Guadalupe MaravillaWe can't talk about the Salvadorian game Tripa Chuca in America

Wonder Wednesday 117: Let’s Play Tripa Chuca!

Taking It Back Sewing and gardening have been, for centuries, often seen as women's work,

Wonder Wednesday 116: Craftivism, Nature, and Equal Rights

“I amount to nothing to the world and people care nothing of me. I am

People & Planet: Principles Inspired by Lucy Parsons

"Buildings, too, are children of Earth and Sun."Recently, a 9 year old and 14 year

From Fallingwater to Florida: Nature Inspiration by Frank Lloyd Wright

Design a Day to Celebrate! I learned about all Lughnasa (also called Lammas) this month

Lughnasa: Celebrate Creating!

  I’ve never been great at the popular 100 day social media challenges however hard

100 Months of Wonder: Gratitude & the Book Braiding Sweetgrass

  A highly focused distraction may seem like an oxymoron, but right now the benefits

Focused Distraction: A Life On Our Planet

  This month we’re celebrating all things citrus! A glorious fruit worthy of celebration for

Wonder Wednesday 87: Candied Citrus Peel

  I am so excited because we are finally on the eve of citrus season!

Citrus Season: Traditions, Stories, and Treats!

  “We are experiencing sublime conditions of horror, you know?” ~Erica Moiah James, an assistant

Beyond Hurricane Dorian: Sublime Connections

  Y’all know I love a good female nature inspired artist who makes her art her

When Art, Science, and Women Collide: Orra White Hitchcock

  Did you check out yesterday’s post for 7 ways to celebrate the Winter Solstice?

Wonder Wednesday 64: Evergreen Solstice Tea!

Travel always brings variables, some more exciting than others. So last week when our connecting

Underground Gardening at the Lowline

What does modern architecture have to do with a bird’s skull you ask? Well let

Buildings and Bird Skulls: Frei Otto