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Grab Your Shovel: Guerrilla Gardening in Los Angeles

As the appearance of a community decays, its people decline too. Can collaborative gardening help restore community health and spirit?

Guerrilla gardening is the planting and tending of gardens on public land, usually without permission.  414 more words

Resilience

Announcing my first book, "River of Grace," to be published this Fall!

I am pleased to announce that my very first book, River of Grace: Creative Passages Through Difficult Times will be released this Fall, published by Ave Maria Press! 864 more words

Louisa May Alcott

Quote for Today: L.M. Montgomery

I love my garden, and I love working in it. To potter with green growing things, watching each day to see the dear, new sprouts come up, is like taking a hand in creation, I think. 31 more words

Quote For Today

Seeds n Stuff

I planted seeds a week or two ago. I meant to document it on here, but I forgot.

It took a bit, but most have germinated. 49 more words

Being Creative

FUN LEARNING OF THE WEEK: I loved making a Mood Board

I belong to a FB group online called the Beautiful Bellavistas run by Isabelle Rizo. I learned there how to make a Mood Board for my business, so I made one for this website. 75 more words

Creative Curriculum

Scanning the Nest: The Art of Ellen Hoverkamp

Technology constantly creates tools, but we seldom explore their full artistic potential. Pioneer Ellen Hoverkamp makes art with a scanner.

Ellen Hoverkamp began making photographic images with her flatbed scanner in 1997, enjoying the dramatic three dimensional look which she has further developed with such elegance.  520 more words

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