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There’s an ebb and flow to this time of year. Growers and artists in particular are keenly aware of changes in light and temperature. In these uncertain, isolated times, the reassurance of natural activities keeps them grounded. Farmers harvest fall crops, artists’ supplies become pliable and studios warm as the sun slowly rises. Daylight wanes until we round the corner marked by winter solstice. Getting out is imperative: step outside on a cold, clear night, look to the heavens, at the blanket of stars we all share and universe we call home. Feel the intake of sharp cold air and watch your breath float into the night sky before returning inside to curl up in a cozy quilt with a warming cocktail and a good read. You’ll find links to all three below.

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