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I'd love some tonight.
 
Risotto Made Easy: http://trib.al/2CUiZLN
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Trying to get back to work after diversions of proposal writing and working for others. +botanical +drawing
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Rosie,

Your message on G+ was garbled. Where is this Mexico residency please?

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Strange how we all of a sudden get something in our heads. Today, I thought about a person I met many years ago, Peter Adair. I stayed in his house and watched over his dog for three weeks. I knew his boyfriend for several years. We had driven to Florida together, me to meet my grandfather's siblings; him to meet his aunt and uncle living in Sweetwater (a suburb of Miami). Yes, I knew about Peter's death right after it happened. HIV AIDS was very much a mystery then.
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There are things in this life...mysteries until they click. I have seen and written. Indeed, "truth is stranger than fiction."
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Taken at the edge of Matheson Hammock Park, this boat has been aground for at least 17 years. Maybe it was part of some tropical storm's destruction.

The other image is of a location where a "friendly" alligator shows up at times looking to be fed, although it was started years ago, and not a good idea. 
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Maybe Hurricane Andrew?
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10 Delicious Quiche Recipes, perfect for Easter brunch: http://trib.al/Bpd9oLD
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Dripping nectar. +bees +rhizome +bananas
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Whoah!
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After two weeks my site has been revamped and ready for viewing (although it was never down). The motivation behind the change was to make it clearer what my art practice is and I'm providing images of some of my newest work. (BTW, the residency was fully supported and I am continuing to work with some of the material gathered and videos recorded while there.) http://www.art3st.com/
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I removed the Flash on the front page. On my phone everything is lined up in a long column but it's all there. 
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I love desserts. :-)
 
17 awesome pies to bake, including this sour cherry pie >> http://trib.al/ICoINKc
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+Phil Voxland you have had my apple pies and know that I do a decent job. Maybe better than decent, however. :-)
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I own both vinyl and CD copies. ;-)
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I am a visual artist, independent curator, and writer. My art is multi-media, drawing, photography, and performance actions with a grounding in ethnobotany, natural sciences and, focuses on African Atlantic culture.

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