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How We Do

This week was wild. Too much to detail at length, so I’ll leave you with a brief overview: got over my cold, had the greenhouses disassembled and hauled-off, completed bee school (where I learned a wealth of apiary knowledge), had my honey serve me up an incredible Valentine’s Indian dinner (as well as festoon me with an adorable dress and coat, amazing tights, woodcut birch earrings, and locally made all-natural chocolates), went to a cupcake and craft lab promoting the release of Suzie Millions new book at Lark Books (my publisher!), ate Jamaican food out with friends, and finished up several sections of the Canning & Preserving book. I think Bucky would approve of my systems approach to socializing, learning, and working. 


*Big up to future man David at Elumenati for the image. 

4 Responses to How We Do

  • Emily says:

    You’ve been a busy bee!

  • nicole says:

    so nice to the that wonderful image of bucky here and a link to the amazing buckminster fuller institute. if only more people knew about and followed his systems-based “design science” approach, the world would be a much better place.

  • Anonymous says:

    I’m not sure How I do but am glad you do! Send more info on coat and various gifts.(pictures)I had a great dinner and a movie’ You have really been able to experience a lot of new thing this month. Soooo glad nasty old cold is all gone!( mom’s baby girl) Love you MOM

  • Anonymous says:

    Baby girl, we all know how do! You’re the home-stylin’ shiznit.