katecontinued shared her 2008 challenge to live a sustainable life with austerity, authority and artistry. 2009 . . . let the sun shine! . . . redirection of energy to the outside.
The video froze up for me halfway through - some kind of connection malarkey, sometimes it gets finicky certain times of day; I'll have to try again later. But I just wanted to say I'm delighted to see a new post. I missed you last month. I hope you got done what needed doing and that we'll once again get to hear from you more often.
Ecogeek, I am flattered with your comment (while being empathetically annoyed with the technology hassles we all battle).I am not yet prepared to blog, but it is good to know it seems to matter. That is encouraging.
i, too, want to encourage you to come back with more posts. i chose to respect your requested quiet space for the month of january, but i was so pleased to see you return this week.
I missed you too!Also, today is Louis Riel day in Canada. I know you're interested in Native history - Riel was a Metis leader, and Metis was the creole Native-European (mostly Ojibwe & French around here) culture common through the upper Midwest & lower Canada.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louis_Riel
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