notice the more I lose touch
with what I previously saw as my life
the more real my spot in the dark winter pew becomes—
it is infinite. What we experience
as space, the sky
that is, the sun, the stars
is intimate and rather small by comparison”.
(I’m not quite sure how you wound up here, but hello nevertheless.)
I’m Lindsay, an archaeologist and witchy woman who has been hopping around the states (though I am currently hanging my hat in Texas). I’m rather eclectic, so if this space seems all over the place that is because my mind is too… so watch your step.
In addition to being an environmental anthropologist and archaeologist, I’m a cook by trade with a huge focus on sustainability, seasonal eating, gardening, and foraging.
I am big believer in spiritual connection to the earth and try to find myself in nature everyday. It helps quiet the chaos and is, in many ways, my favorite form of meditation. I am both a lover and maker of poems, though I’m not sure I could consider myself a poet. I can usually be found sipping tea, flipping through folklore, or cowboy camping (often all at the same time)
This space is simply a place for me to share some of my writing, thoughts, and photos.
I thank you for taking a look.
– Lindsay Vermillion