Shop News – The Big Frittata / Living each lettuce leaf like it’s your last

Saturday, February 25th, 2017 at 9:39 am

Life is short, but it goes for a long time.  For most of the 29,967 days we’re likely to live on this earth there are a million compromises distractions, obligations detouring us down so many side streets and backways that it’s easy to forget where it was we were going in the first place. 

But every now and then a reminder of our mortality lifts us up for a God’s-eye view; maybe just a close shave crossing the road or one of our kids hard-core parkouring onto their heads out of a tree or losing a friend to some stubborn, unshakable sickness.

And for a moment we’re snapped out of it and we promise ourselves that from now on we are going to live each day like it’s our last.  We’re going to paint, write, sing, yoga, garden, actively listen, sail our family down the length of the Murray River from Lake Hume to the Coorong in a homemade tiny-house-boat.

Which seems to last for a week or so until we catch ourselves killing time, scrolling through our digital feeds at the kids’ swimming lessons or … » FULL NEWSLETTER HERE

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