Puree Organics, an organic medicinal vegetable garden where consumers can have access to naturally farmed local foods, launched in February 2014 in Montreal Quebec. Studioahamed created for it “a timeless Identity that held up to Puree’s standards of simplicity and aesthetic value.” Natural, earthy, lovely.
Gorgeous Green Tree Python.
Lesson in problem-solving. How a Michigan Family’s Home Became a One-Deer Preserve.
Now you see it, now you don’t. Startling Before-and-After Photos Show What Climate Change is Doing to Our Planet.
God never blesses a man leaning on a shovel and praying for a hole. Flannery O’Connor Walks Among Us Still. (damn good read)
Public radio made personal. NPR One.
"BREAKING: Ted Cruz to oppose GOP border bill because it’s ‘not quite mean and shooty enough.’" Rex Huppke
Welcome to Pine Point asks the question: How do we remember the past? Recollection, after all, is more perception than it is reality. Recalling my own “back then”, I pictured us that last time we were all together. It was Blue Jean Day, the end of sixth grade. Laughing. Happy. Indestructible. Yet within a few months, we had already begun blinking out of existence. Margaret, Linda, Virginia, Mark, James – the list goes on. Of those very few who survived, most never came out on the other side quite as we would have predicted. Not in tact, anyway. I lived on the cusp of extraordinary for decades, unwilling to step over. I’m still here, old friends, just invisible. Waiting to blink.