You know: in a foolish, undiscriminating way, I've been happy these last few months. I don't know why. I just am. I love my friends; I love my pupils; I love what I read; I -- dammit -- love my thoughts. I love the taste of oranges.
Thornton Wilder in a letter to Gertrude Stein, Aug 14, 1936

Tuesday, May 11, 2010


This is a choice or forefathers never had to face.

At Whole Foods, which is the more socially responsible, conscientious choice?

1) Organic blueberries from California, 6 oz for $4.99.

2) Locally grown conventional blueberries, 6 oz for $5.99.

1 comment:

  1. I'm in California, so the difference is moot.

    My most socially responsible choice is to shop at a local natural food store such as New Leaf, Staff of Life, or Bread of Life.