This past weekend was the cranberry harvest at the Carlisle bog. A strange little berry, but it does make for
For someone who thinks she is fairly aware of trends – and is clearly wrong about this fact – I
I can’t take credit for the title – that was an editorial decision – but the rest of the piece
Just a word that this blog may be moving from WordPress at some point in the very near future. I’ve been encountering some weird issues with it for over a month now where some days I can access it and some days it’s broken. And even though I may not post as regularly as I should, the thought of it not working (or, horror of horrors, the content disappearing!) as designed makes me crazy. I’ve finally managed to post, now let’s see if I can export the content! Anyone else having problems?
Valley of Dolls from Fritz Schumann on Vimeo. ~ A resident of a small Japanese village replaces residents who have moved or died with handmade dolls. How weird it would be to just stumble upon this without any context, arts and crafts zombies. Related articles Woman makes dolls to replace people in her village
She knew it was an unfair question the moment she opened her mouth. But it snuck out, accidentally or on
More videos at Action Movie Kid ~ Talk about raising the bar for editing home movies.
Everyone around me seems to be celebrating the arrival of warm weather. But there is one sad creature that is
Who knew that in my 40s I would get a chance to interview and write an article about a member of one my favorite bands? Certainly not me. Feature Article: Morphine’s Jerome Deupree:
Cat Raptor by We Are Camera Studio ~Context is everything.
snowtime from Иванов Вячеслав on Vimeo. ~ Beautiful (and tiny) time-lapse. Found at Colossal.
Today’s zoo trip was to the Stone Zoo in Stoneham. The facility is managed by the same organization as Franklin
With one of the kids sick and school vacation coming to a close we decided to go to the Franklin
Clip by Fernando Livschitz at Black Sheep Films on Vimeo. ~ If only. Found at Colossal.
I clearly heard up to 6 inches of snow predicted for today. We’re at 8 and counting. It sure is
Caught by surprise (a pleasant one) by this morning’s snow storm. Update: Here’s another photo of our barn taken by
Our house elf lets his hair down with Christmas approaching.
We made the trek south for the annual Plymouth Thanksgiving parade. It was freezing and we got there way too early, but once it got underway it was worth the wait and cold. Photos of our summer trip to Plimoth Plantation are here.