Mary had a little lamb, Its fleece was white as snow; And everywhere that Mary went The lamb was sure to go. Just days till Thanksgiving as of this writing. We had our first snow already, which seems early compared to recent years. Nature may throw us a curve or two, but traditions remain. Then,… Continue reading What? No Turkey?!
Summer 2017 dragged well into Fall. The nontraditional hot Autumn days were welcome by many. We served Brunch and Lunch outside for many more days than usual, for one thing. But Fall is a New England tradition, and so it pushes its way through, as though every tree and mountain insisted on showing off the… Continue reading Thanksgiving 2017 at 158 Main
The Thanksgiving Table is the centerpiece of our lives, for one day. As the bird dwells in the nest, the nest in the tree, the tree in the garden and the garden on the land, so does the Thanksgiving meal connect us to home, house, land and beyond. The feast before us is a masterpiece,… Continue reading Thanksgiving – A Feast of Stories