Like my baby trees, children need patience, attention and someone to believe in them.
It’s the time of year when I go a little crazy at the garden centers. I drool over all the beautiful flowers and buy too many. I spent all last week planting and now I love the color that is popping up in my yard! I have two Christmas Cacti that I bring outside when… Continue reading Stretching Out Our Roots
Do something every day that scares you. When I retired two years ago, I found this saying on a magnet and put it on my refrigerator so that I would remember that it was time to push myself and try new things. I’ve decided that a scary thing every day may be too much, but… Continue reading A night in the wild
Two weeks ago, our sweet, loving, playful, and smart granddog Molly succumbed to cancer after a three-month illness. Adam and Jess, along with Molly’s extended family and many friends, have grieved deeply for her. When so many are struggling with life and death during this terrible Covid time, the passing of a chocolate Lab may… Continue reading A Good Dog
On a recent sunny day, I went to the drive-through carwash to clean the dust off my Prius. I pulled up to the gate and rolled down my window to put in my preference and pay. Touch screen to begin, said the instructions. I touched the screen, and nothing happened. So I touched it a… Continue reading Getting Old