Most of the drive across the Panhandle of Texas is a snore (Sorry, Texas – there are parts of you I love, but this is not on the list). Everything is horizontal and the landscape is pretty toasted. But, a… Continue Reading
So, I ran away for a month. Away from home and work and social media. I got in the van with a good travel buddy and one of my dogs and headed off to Michigan for some Mom time. I… Continue Reading
Last night, I made some tomato soup. Well. I didn’t really MAKE it. It came in a carton (organic, dontcha know), but I did heat it in a pan. Well, heat it is another misnomer because I have never successfully… Continue Reading
Remember this publication? Way before its time, but it may be time for another one . . .
Hummingbirds fly south in the Fall, and most can tell when it’s time to go. However, sometimes one or more don’t get the message, and end up being around when the first freeze surprises everybody but the Weather Channel, and… Continue Reading
Here is the Saturday view into the garden from my office window. I checked the calendar. April 29! Are you kidding me? More than a foot of snow!
I did it. Bought a big kiln and have nowhere to put it.
I feel as though I have been on a long journey – away from life as I know it!
Once upon a time, (Spring 2001, actually), in a Walmart faraway, two women wrestled over a swing in the Garden Department – the LAST swing as it were . . .
This is an art journal sketch of two wonderful sculptures that guard the entrance to our home. I thought I would introduce you to them and tell you a funny story too . . .