Maybe the desire to make something beautiful is the God inside each of us.
The Writing Life
Can you guess what happened when I sent the first notification about my upcoming email sabbatical?
From the tip of your summer toes, to your heart, my eBook will make great summer reading.
Spring on the West Coast, and an update on book progress.
Is there anything more exciting for a gardener than to harvest lemons in the middle of winter? I brought these in last week from the greenhouse and couldn’t resist photographing them to share. Aren’t they beauties? They are called Meyer Improved. The Improved part seems to be a thinner skin, more juice, more sweetness, Continue Reading »
To Everything There is a Season…and a time to every Purpose: BLOGCATION! Greetings to all in the New Year. Hopefully you had a peaceful and happy holiday with those you love best. It was great hearing from so many of you. Many thanks to Ginnie for this “Squash quoting Shakespeare” photograph, as my Continue Reading »
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.
When you have a blog, a big part of the fun is finding like-minded souls whose writing you love.
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 »