A friend said something to me the other day and it struck home.
Wordseeds: Writers in the Garden
Spring on the West Coast, and an update on book progress.
Portland’s Japanese Garden has been proclaimed the most authentic Japanese garden outside of Japan.
When you have a blog, a big part of the fun is finding like-minded souls whose writing you love.
The Song is to the Singer and comes back most to him… –Walt Whitman from Song of Myself When you are a gardener, you must consider that friend and foe alike come daily to the gates of the city. The gardener must be vigilant and welcoming, but fearsome to strangers with uncertain appetites. Continue Reading…
When I read the paragraph below from Grace Peterson’s new book, I realized I’d stumbled onto a gardener who had the same desires I did: someone else who wanted the whole package. Grace’s book is funny and poignant, full of pure fancy and useful information. You’ll love it. “I think one of the perks Continue Reading »
In honor of all you gardening bloggers who are contending with the wicked winter weather, I’ve put up two snow photos in the spirit of empathy and esprit de corps. I hear things are easing up now, and I sure hope so. Nobody is kidding when they say that winter is brutal for man and Continue Reading »
This year seems to be different–I’ve heard it from many others. People are doing what they want to do, not what is expected.
When freewriting you don’t let anything stop you. Not the rules of grammar, the importance of punctuation or especially, what anybody else thinks.
No guarantees, this business of planting seeds.