July is officially here and we will be taking full possession of the farm! I’m looking forward to sharing posts about the gardens, chickens, and antique glass house in the coming weeks. In the meantime, if you need a little break check out my favorite links from around the web this week…
Turkish bird language? How incredibly cool is this?
David Benrud, the stylist whose weekend house in Wisconsin was featured in Martha Stewart this month, has a very pretty, very clean Instagram.
A science writer tackles wallpaper.
A thought-provoking essay on menopause: "Sometimes within a flash I feel as if my femininity is not figuratively but actually physically coming apart, being slowly but continuously burned off. It is often by heat that physical matter is transformed."
Congrats to Joy Harjo, the first Native American poet laureate. She talks about her poetry as a kind of music — like making a fire by slamming two rocks together. "You hit words together with rhythm and sound quality and fierce playfulness," she says.
I just found a vintage version of this that I’m going to paint high gloss for one of the farmhouse bedrooms.
Trying this cool app to colorize black and white pics.
Photo by Yen Vu via Unsplash.