The 20th episode of Wild Family TV is called “Breakfast In Kat’s Kitchen.” Recipe demo videos include: paleo pancakes, blueberry breakfast smoothies, chia seed endurance drinks, and more. This episode launched on June 8, 2017.
The 19th episode of Wild Family TV is called “Kat’s Kitchen Classics.” Recipe demos include: liquid gold ghee, super simple guacamole, vegan roasted pumpkin seed pesto, and more. This episode launched on June 9, 2017.
by Kat Lindsay
In the past few weeks, life has been inviting me to speak my truth. It has been a hard pill to swallow, because I come from a background steeped in “if you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything at all.” (I have even caught myself saying this to my oldest son recently.)
Good news for young rockers! Mr. Louis Ontko, is offering a rock band camp throughout the summer months, for Austin kids, age 7-12. The name of this program is “Tribe Of Rocks,” starting the first Week of June.
Here’s a FREE recording of one of Mr. Louis’ music lessons, with some top secret tips for singers. 🙂
The 18th episode of Wild Family TV is called “Mom Moments.” It’s an early celebration of Mother’s Day, with video interviews about motherhood. This episode launched on May 10, 2017.
Haunting and Heavenly
Here in the Austin area, it’s the season for wildflowers and whippoorwills. By the roadsides and in the countryside we see gorgeous green fields full of flowers. The blossoms most abundant right now are called firewheels, Indian blankets, or sundance flowers. They’re the ones with red centers and yellow edges.
In the nighttime, we hear the song of the whippoorwill bird. One night this week, we recorded some whippoorwill calls. A single bird sang repeatedly, a thousand times throughout the night. The whippoorwill appears in numerous legends. In American folklore, the singing of this bird is a death omen. It is said that the whippoorwill can sense a soul departing, and can capture it as it flees. Here, have a listen:
Kabir is a 15th-century Indian mystic poet, considered both a Sufi and Brahmin saint.
His poetry is celebrated alongside Rumi and Hafiz, promoting unity and harmony among all people, preaching a religion of love. Here is our family favorite: “The Blue Sky Opens Out.” Read More
Asking for help is a humbling, beautiful thing. We asked for help through a housing transition this month, because we felt stuck. Stuck in a pattern of feeling loss and feeling lack. Stuck in a trap of worrying about work, and doubting ourselves, and fearing change. Read More