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public art saves live evacuspot i new orleans via www.pithandvigor.com
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There is little doubt in my mind that these new sculptures in New Orleans by artist Douglas Kornfeld will save lives.  Each denotes an evacuation gathering place for anyone...

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pineberry www.pithandvigor.com
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Have you had pineberries?  The are funky albino versions of strawberries that apparently taste like they have been crossed with pineapple (doesn't that sound like a great smoothie ingredient?)  Last...

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I'm thoroughly enjoying this Tiny Desk concert here at my desk. Lyle Lovett provided the tunes that were the backdrop to meeting and falling in...

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callicarpa american beautyberry by rochelle greayer www.pithandvigor.com
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Fall is whizzing by but I am trying so hard to keep track of it.  That halloween is in less than 2 weeks away is...

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“A baby suspended in a wire cage attached to the outside of a high tenement block window. The cages were distributed to members of the...

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We had fun this week making final harvests.   (is your garden still producing...ours is really winding down fast!). Our little lawn tractor trailer is...

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Big week this week -- I am still recovering from the final push of getting Leaf Magazine live.  Hopefully the weekend will provide the respite...

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Can I tell you how good it feels to be getting back into the swing of things?  (It feels so goooood) I am really looking...

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I am off on summer vacation and while I take a much needed rest and creative pause, I hope maybe you might find the extensive...

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Even though vacation doesn't start til next week, I think my mind has already gone there.  Has that happened to you before?  All I can...

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leaf magazine summer 2012
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It's here!  It's done! I hope you enjoy it! - R

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[singlepic id=240 w=500 h= float=] I spent some time this weekend helping my daughter work out her entry for our Harvard Farmers Market Poster Contest....

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There is just one more half day left of the school year (who ends school on a Monday with a half day?  Harvard, MA, that's...

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Strawberries growing vertically at chlesea Flower show 2012 by Rochelle Greayer
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I am so happy for the rain today...it is one less day that I need to water the vegetable garden and it gives my body...

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I can hardly believe that it is Memorial Day weekend!  May came and went in a flash.  I am spending my weekend catching up in the garden,...

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charley harpur image by rochell greayer www.pithandvigor.com raccoons
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  My MIL and FIL arrive from CA tonight, so this mothers day weekend will be especially mother-ly.   I am particularly grateful for this...

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I am spending this weekend in the garden (if that bitter wind would just stop!).  There is a mountain of compost/mulch (a 50/50 mix) on...

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Ok - I have have to admit, I have hit a wall.  Have you had those times?  Where suddenly, you are just tired, out of...

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This week was a big one.  Leaf Spring 2012 came out on Monday and now that I have been though this process twice, I have...

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I got back from a quick trip to NYC yesterday afternoon and the early morning/late night/early morning and full day of taking in the Architectural...

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It's almost St. Patty's Day.  Which meant little to me until we moved to Boston. But now we will wake up early to be at...

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