Month: June 2010

Summer Harvest

Summer Harvest

See the riches we plundered at the Farm Market on Saturday, including the first corn of the season (white), and little orange ‘Sundrop’ tomatoes, organic strawberries, black raspberries, and small plums (well, everything we purchased is organic), and mountains of greens (kale, chard, dandelion, arugula, baby spinach, Boston lettuce), herbs (peppermint, parsley)…

Trauma Healing for Haitian Nursing Students

Nursing students learn the benefits of drawing as a form of self-expression and self-discovery.

Trauma Healing for Haitian Red Cross Staff and Volunteers (Croix Rouge Haitien)

Haitian Red Cross volunteers and CMBM members come together to share drawings, quiet their minds, and support one another.

CMBM’s Drawing Exercise Resonates in Haiti

Drawings allow people to tap into their intuition and imagination without effort. They find themselves creating images they’d never imagined, sketching solutions to problems that seemed insoluble.

Delicious in DC:  Teaism

Delicious in DC: Teaism

Teaism, with 3 locations in downtown DC, is always a great choice for a light but special lunch. Chef Rebecca Katz and I stopped by the Lafayette Park location yesterday, and I chose this colorful salad and their lentil soup.

Fascinating Talks:  William Li, “Can we eat to starve cancer?”

Fascinating Talks: William Li, “Can we eat to starve cancer?”

This remarkable talk has been flying around the internet, but in case you missed it as I had, take 20 minutes and get a new perspective on cancer prevention and treatment in William Li’s recent TED talk.