Category Archives: Living With Less
Originally posted on Muy Marcottage:
My friend Alexandra gave me a bag of remnants that she, in turn, had gotten from a friend. I was moved by how each piece of fabric had been washed, ironed, and folded. Such reverence…
This is our front porch. A few years ago, weather permitting, we started eating our meals here. And it changed our rapport with the neighbourhood. When neighbours walk by, we exchange greetings. A Kalimera here and a Kalimera there has … Continue reading
I’m afraid. I fear that my children, already grown, will have a difficult future due to the greed of others as well as to the irresponsible indifference of the masses. Because the world population increases as natural resources decrease. It doesn’t … Continue reading
The throw rug in the foreground is made from plastic bags and was made c. 10 years ago. The door stop is pumice stone found on the beach. Why do we buy all the things we do?