Many of you know I’m writing stories about the experience of aging.
Aging: Gamesmanship and Strategy
A friend said something to me the other day and it struck home.
The Beet Goes On is the perfect gift book for best friends, family, your favorite gardener, or dog lover.
From the tip of your summer toes, to your heart, my eBook will make great summer reading.
Boy, I have been putting this off. I didn’t want to write about it. I started and stopped, trying to find the right approach. But now, I can’t worry if I have it down perfectly. I believe that the readers who follow this blog will understand and appreciate that this is what I mean by Continue Reading »
I don’t know why I was drawn to her that day in Rome, over thirty years ago.
It has taken me a long time to learn how to temper my energies in the spring. It’s a time of maximum creativity and I want to use every bit of it.
Spring on the West Coast, and an update on book progress.
Once in my twenties, I taped a cocoon to the door of my refrigerator. I didn’t know it was a cocoon. I picked it up gently, brought it home, and taped the the seedpod-like-thing hanging upside down. It reminded me to open the door carefully.
She was the red silk of the hummingbird with the same glinty power.