Come out to the Farmer’s Market @ St. Stephen’s at 6000 Grove avenue from 8-12 today and every Saturday to buy local produce, prepared food, bread, milk, eggs, fruit, cheese, clothes, soap and more!!!
We also have tons of vendors selling plants! Broadfork Farm, Byrd Farm, Creighton Farm, Crazy Farm, Medina and Sons, G. Flores Produce, Sweet Gum Botanicals, Crumptown Farm etc.!!! Cucumber, tomato, onion, basil, oregano, thyme, mint, parsley, sorrel, sage, strawberry, rosemary, lavender, kale, spinach, lettuce, etc.
Come on by! Grow something green in the earth or in a pot or wherever you can! The earth needs us and fresh, local, natural food is the best medicine!!!!
Farming should be the only
Farming. Just sayin.
If it’s not bio
It must be those goddamn chem
Death poison farms.
Three hundred gallon
Rain water collection tank
Is empty. Such drought.
Farmer’s market hot
Sun beating down. Customers
Just look but don’t buy
If you are interested in showing financial support, you can do so via purchasing items from my Etsy –
The Heathen Homestead
there are books, earrings, tinctures, and other sorts of things available for purchase!
Also check out our Window Restoration Business – Karnage Creations LLC (I am a licensed contractor, jack of many trades). We can restore your historic windows, paint, etc.
And for the newest upcoming project of a farm, herbal medicine apothecary, and furniture enterprise, our website for the Heathen Homestead.
Thanks for any support you can offer!
Capitalism Invades Relationship
A phenomena I have noticed, which may happen to other people aside from me, is that I find myself operating as an unwitting agent of the capitalist system. I’m against capitalism, I want to smash the state, and my politics in these areas are pretty firm. The anxiety that the capitalist system creates inside me, or that I allow it to create inside me, has the unfortunate effect of turning me into an enforcer. I see this play out most strongly in my relationship with David. When he is sick, or needs a day off of work, I kind of freak out. I worry about bills. A lot. My initial reaction when he is sick is to hope that he will still go to work. When he calls out of work to do chores around the farm or just have a day off, I struggle to not get really upset with him. It is so bogus. I care about him way more than I do about bills, I understand 1000% the need for mental health days from work, and that working 40+ hours a week is just a totally soul sucking enterprise. I don’t want him to suffer at a job he hates, to miss out on his hobbies and friends and family because of work.
But damn if the capitalism induced anxiety doesn’t still get me. Now that I have identified this issue I can talk to him about it, and also talk myself down internally when I start to get worked up.
I know we are just going to struggle financially for a while at least, and we still have it better than a lot of people. I just have to relax and not let capitalism destroy my life or relationship. I know starting a new family, dealing with divorce and custody, and moving and starting careers and pregnancy etc. are all just expensive and stressful. We are doing ok. We have good supportive families and friends.
I wonder if lots of people have capitalism as the other person in their relationships. I suspect this is pretty common.