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We are excited to announce we're partnering with Asheville Period Project to collect donations of tampons and pads at our dance party on March 30th! 🙌🏼 Ladies (and gentlemen that live, are in relationship with, or hang out with ladies!), please raid your bathroom closets and bring boxes or wrapped tampons, pads, and wipes. We'll also be collecting soap, shampoo, and toothpaste. ▪️Let's take care of our community while we dance the night away! ✨ Get tickets in the bio!
Suddenly a bit blustery today, but I think the warm weather is just around the corner! Wishing for sun with this warm-colored watercolor invite. . . . . . #weddinginvitations #weddinginvites #custominvitations #customstationery #weddingstationery #watercolor #watercolorinvitation #summerwedding #modernwedding #weddingplanning #asheville #ashevillewedding #ashevillenc #southernwedding #southernbride #wncwedding #ncwedding #blueridgewedding #mountainwedding #outdoorwedding #biltmorewedding #destinationwedding #ashevilleartist #ashevilledesigner #avlbiz #ashevillebusiness #ashevillelocal #2018wedding #stationerylove #828events
Who else is ready for a crazy explosion of spring color? Here’s a bit of color to look at while we wait for the real thing and to celebrate @gracelefever’s birthday! She’s Director of Strategic Innovation at the farm and also Captain of the Rake. She is celebrating in Europe — must be hard for her. - And in the meantime, another day of white. We’ve got a dusting of snow on the ground, and the forecast calls for snow all day with a possible 3-6 inches of accumulation. In other words, no one knows. - While I don’t welcome the idea of half a foot of snow on my plants in bud, I am curious to see what happens. It was 60 degrees yesterday, and the ground is super warm. Also, air temperatures are barely supposed to hit freezing today. So how could we possibly get that much snow? But if it isn’t possible, why is every weather service carping about it? - I’m learning to be my own meteorologist and understand what a forecast means for the farm with its exposure, orientation, slopes and tree cover. Everything plays a part. And then there are the unknowable things. It’s never boring. - I am getting better at knowing how to prepare in the way that involves the least amount of work. And the least amount of worrying. Mostly I focus on eliminating the issues I’ll worry about, and I leave the rest to its fate. I sometimes feel like I am the greatest asset and the greatest risk to the farm. Part of farming is knowing how to manage my reactions to certain things — to react calmly, not erratically. Like amateur meteorology, it’s a life’s work.