Breadcrumbs: Nothing is Sacred.

Let me tell you a story. Years ago, I came into a little money and I set out to buy some new art supplies.  I was so excited to buy something nicer than the student grade stuff to which I had become accustomed.  I bought a tube of beautiful ultramarine watercolor.  I don’t remember the…

Breadcrumbs: Rubric.

The sap is beginning to rise out here in the Chihuahua desert, there’s actual warmth in the air and my basement dungeon of an apartment is beginning to thaw out.  That has nothing to do with the rest of this piece, I just think it’s nice to feel my toesies again.  (If I haven’t mentioned it before,…

Breadcrumbs: Grind

Hustle, grind, embrace the suck, making your bones.  Learning how to put in the work has been one of the most beneficial practices I’ve learned yet, (though by no means perfected).  Hard work on its own is no guarantee.  Look at the lives of just about any artist, musician, or writer.  Chances are, there were…

Breadcrumbs: Crop-Cycling/2018 Project Rubric

Crop-cycling is a practice that allows farmers to keep their land healthy.  Growing the same crop in the same field over and over again tends to deplete the nutrients in the ground, resulting in poorer and poorer produce.  By changing the kinds of crops grown in a field, farmers are able to optimize the land…

Breadcrumbs: Ways and Means

I think telling people to skip over content is a sure-fire way to gain readership, don’t you?  This particular post is long and rambly, good luck, should you choose to read it.  Or you can skip to the end and answer my question, which I would greatly appreciate.