it’s time to slow down

For about five years Katie and I have been slowing down.

It turns out we’re part of a slow movement.

A protest in Italy over a new McDonald’s near Rome’s Spanish Steps gave us the Slow Food movement, which mostly opposes fast food. There are over 800 chapters worldwide, teaching the evils of fast food, sponsoring local events with local foods, trying to create an Ark of Taste in each region where local recipes and food sources are celebrated. Continue reading “it’s time to slow down”