AETERNAL BLOG

Our musings and observations on sound, design and life in the Bronx

  • Aeternal Flowers

     Flowers first appeared on Earth about 130 million years ago! I often wonder if flowers regret not having longer lives. It never seems that way...
  • Flood Waters

      Fortunately, we were only inconvenienced by Hurricane Ida. Our local park was flooded, but our home still stands. Many of our friends and neighb...
  • Aeternal Grapes

    We're keeping it easy with this week's nature share from our summer trip down south. I was so glad to spend time with Aunt Sweet at her home in Cu...
  • Aeternal Roses

       In this week's nature share, I am wearing some roses and herbs from my mother's garden in my hair. Amalia and I had fun picking these roses and...
  • We Love Our Customers!

    We wanted to take a moment to appreciate the beautiful people who've supported our brand by wearing our one-of-a-kind designs. See how they've styl...
  • Aeternal Insects

      This week's nature share comes from our friend Ilana Weinstein, a Bronx-based urban park ranger, environmental educator and nature lover. Here’s...
  • Save Meg's Garden!

    Our mission at Aeternal Lovers is to guide people back to sacred Black Goddess energy and to reconnect to the earth as a community. On Wednesday, w...
  • Aeternal Garden - Let's Save the JBOLC Community Space!

    Today's nature share takes on a more somber tone as we advocate for the survival of our favorite Bronx community space. It's no secret that we lov...
  • Aeternal Wildflowers

      This week's nature share comes from our friend Ilana Weinstein, a Bronx-based urban park ranger, environmental educator and nature lover. Here’s...
  • Aeternal Tree in Yarmouthport, MA

     English Weeping Beech Tree—Yarmouthport, MA This amazing weeping beech tree is over 100 years old  and located behind the Captain Bangs Hallet Ho...
  • Aeternal Leaves

      This week's nature share comes from our friend Ilana Weinstein, a Bronx-based urban park ranger, environmental educator and nature lover. Here’...
  • Interdependence at the JBOLC Farmer's Market

    Last weekend at the JBOLC Farmer's Market, we came together as a community to celebrate our interdependence with one another, the land & the un...