But do not ask the price I pay,
I must live with my quiet rage,
Tame the ghosts in my head,
That run wild and wish me dead.
Should you shake my ash to the wind
Lord, forget all of my sins
Oh, let me die where I lie
Neath the curse of my lover’s eyes.
And I’ll kneel down
Wait for now
I’ll kneel down
Know my ground
Raise my hands
Paint my spirit gold
And bow my head
Keep my heart slow
‘Cause I will wait I will wait for you” —Mumford and Sons
I just want to take a moment to say how amazingly proud I am of my generation for bringing back local, sustainable, organic food systems.
I just went to my campus garden meeting, and we had a couple come and talk to us about urban gardening in St. Pete and answer our questions, and we are going to be involved in the local co-op market, both harvesting for and some of us are buying from. I literally walked away from the meeting with a smile from ear to ear just thinking about how amazing it is that in a densely populated area like St. Petersburg we can have a local market co-op with fresh veggies delivered to you for a very small fee! It makes me feel like the world really is changing for the better, and getting into local food systems really is so important and relevant!
Love with someone that you loved to find
For just the sense to try
To walk ahead and leave the pain behind
If the days aren’t easy and the nights are rough
When they ask you what you’re thinking of
Say love, say for me love” —The Avett Brothers “Living of Love”