1 - The end of the glass tax in England helped spur the greenhouse movement. 2 - The first written account of composting appears on clay tablets around 2300 BC. 3 - Charcoal briquettes are linked to Henry Ford and the wood used to build Model Ts. 4 - The first scarecrows were people. 5… Continue reading 10 Things I Learned Today
Happily, I am the mother of Grayson, Cooper, and Delaney. This is my first Mother’s Day blog, and I’ve debated about the subject matter. I love being a mother. And while being a parent never ends, certainly mothering 23, 21, and 17 year olds is very different than mothering 13, 11, and 7 year olds.… Continue reading Mother’s Day: Taking My Own Advice
Oh my goodness, I don’t know where to begin. So many different thoughts are converging! I have the grand opportunity to review new books through a company called Net Galley. I have been introduced to some lovely books through this program. For the last week I’ve been sitting in the sand and sun on the… Continue reading Vacation = More Planning
Anyone who thinks gardening begins in the spring and ends in the fall is missing the best part of the whole year; for gardening begins in January with a dream. ~ Josephine Nuese Oh, the dreaming I have done this month! I have spent many hours snuggled up in front of the fireplace looking at pictures… Continue reading Dreaming in January
I wasn’t really sure if my garden project plans for 2019 would count towards my New Year’s resolutions, but then I used the phrase “I resolve to …” and everything seems to fit. So, here goes: In 2019, I resolve to: 1 – Learn about bees. I purchased a bee hive house last summer. My… Continue reading Happy New Year!