Fall Flowers 2019

I took photos of flowers while out shopping, doing errands, or volunteering.
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Harvest

Garden organic tomatoes and cucumbers from seed and wild autumn berries

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My veganic compost works well!

Flowers Windham NH

Here are some of the many beautiful flowers and fruits I saw while knocking doors in Windham, NH for my favorite 2020 presidential candidate, Senator Cory Booker. The third photo is called “balloon flower.” I also saw “coreopsis”, didn’t grab a pic, but will next time. #cory2020

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United by Cory Booker

(Ad) UNITED: Thoughts on Finding Common Ground and Advancing the Common Good by United States Senator and 2020 presidential candidate, Cory Booker, is an amazing inspiring true story of tragedy, challenges, solutions, unity,  abundance, earth, justice, grace, decency, kindness, love, and success.

As a college football player, Cory Booker, noticed improved performance as vegetarian and became a humanitarian, tenants rights attorney, environmentalist, mayor, vegan, United States senator, part raw-vegan, climate steward, New York Times best selling author of (Ad) UNITED: Thoughts on Finding Common Ground and Advancing the Common Good, sponsor of the First Step Act (criminal justice reform), Next Step Act, Marijuana Justice Act, Climate Stewardship Act, Primate Protection Act, and 2020 presidential hopeful.

I read (Ad) UNITED: Thoughts on Finding Common Ground and Advancing the Common Good from cover to cover in one day as I couldn’t put it down and I shared  photos of my favorite parts below, but I encourage you to read it yourself and go meet Cory Booker in person and see for yourself why I believe he is our best candidate in 2020.

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Garden

I planted tulip, daffodil, hyacinth, marigold, pansy, petunia, impatiens, and gazania flowers.

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I started organic tomato, cucumber, marigold, and watermelon seeds inside house in April to replant outside after Memorial Day.

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I also planted grass where a gravel driveway was.

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Groundwork & MARC

I had fun going to Meetup events with my friend, Eddie. First we went to “Learn How To Compost” by Lee Dwyer of Groundwork Somerville at Somerville Community Growing Center where we learned about indoor & outdoor composting with about twenty other gardeners. I’ve kept an outdoor compost pile since 1991 and learned from my Dad who composted grass clippings, weeds, leaves, and fruit and vegetable scraps. Then we went to Whole Foods and bought some raw fresh figs which were very delicious! Next we went to Boston University’s Marsh Chapel for a “Vegan Standout” with MARC, the “Barnyard Trio”, and about twenty vegans. The events were posted on Boston Raw Food Meetup and Boston Vegan Meetup.

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