13.6.12

dirty craft hands

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Lettuce, kale, chard, spinach, cucumbers, zucchini, red peppers, yellow squash, heirloom tomatoes, cherry tomatoes (for now)IMG_8258
The best way to get from the farmers market to the garden IMG_8279
my helper




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Udi's gluten-free chia-millet bread, fresh arugula, wild tuna with olive oil and spices, tomato, and homemade sprouts crystalstep IMG_8366
I bought this gorgeous quartz at the Hanuman festival on Sunday from a hitchhiking couple in tiedye t-shirts. Once a vendor cleared their space they laid a towel out and scattered crystals all over it. I was the first one there and when I saw this beauty I declared it will absolutely hang on my neck and rest by my heart. I picked it up and the curly haired dude told me, his voice sounding like the result of a huge bong hit, it was the clearest quartz I'd ever find. Snatched it for $5. Feeling inspired, I went 5 blocks down to the gigantic bead store and purchased some knick knacks. The light blue stone I got in New York last October.
you'll need: string/chain, wire, beads, pliers, and a little creativity I suppose.  

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