I have a gallery now

Okay, it's an online gallery. Here, on my own blog. But it's very convenient, yes? Come peruse my art at this free, virtual, timeless gallery opening. Bring your own refreshments—anything you like. Beer, wine, gluten free brownies, a hoagie, cat food if you want to bring your cat. I have more pieces to upload, and … Continue reading I have a gallery now

Here’s to spotty brown leaves: making meaning in a changing climate

I went for a walk with my son today. We do this almost every day. It's a gorgeous day, sunny and unseasonably warm. The leaves are changing and falling. Some of the trees—enough to be quite noticeable—aren't changing their usual fiery colors. The maples in our yard have gone yellow with brown spots. They say … Continue reading Here’s to spotty brown leaves: making meaning in a changing climate

2021: year of the mushroom

Our seasons aren't quite what they used to be, here in New England. June of 2021 was the wettest on record in my region, and quite cool. We had a couple of stretches of days in the 90s in May. I'm never sure when summer ends and fall begins, now. With weather consistently in the … Continue reading 2021: year of the mushroom

How to educate your unborn child about climate change

Are you expecting a new baby, and hoping to jump-start her learning when it comes to relevant social issues like climate change? It’s never too early to start acquainting your child with the garbage fire of a planet that her parents’ and grandparents’ generations have left for her—you just have to use gentle, age-appropriate methods. … Continue reading How to educate your unborn child about climate change