Why should I spend $250 on five 3-gallon Limelight Hydrangeas when a thick hydrangea jungle grew in my backyard? Why should I read instructions on transplanting these shrubs when I’ve been an avid gardener for decades? Five hours (and as many hydrangeas) later answered these questions that I had asked myself. Consulting online Hydrangea… Continue reading Anita VS Hydrangeas
In the flow chart of my life, my sock drawer occupies the lower right corner in a rectangle with the heading “Unimportant” and connected by an arrow to a diamond labeled “Do Not Worry About.” Apparently I’m in the minority. (I know this because I read it on the Internet.) Organization manuals devote chapters to… Continue reading Put A Sock In It
With a fishing rod in one hand, I scrutinized the leech container and pep talked myself. “I can do this,” I encouraged. “I’ve got this,” I continued. “Just go for it,” I added. My confidence dwindled and . . . I didn’t do it. I didn’t get it. And I didn’t go for it.… Continue reading Are Nightcrawlers And Leeches Like Apples And Oranges?
My published short stories convinced me to collect them all in an anthology and self publish through Amazon. This ongoing venture is the fourth of my book beginnings. A companion Teacher’s Guide is also planned. Think like a teacher while you are reading “Operation Hopper” and compare and contrast Oliver’s and Maggie’s character traits.… Continue reading Operation Hopper, A Selected Story From Upcoming Anthology (Fingers Crossed)
Post 62 May 30, 2018 Take one small town teacher, an ex-boyfriend turned billionaire, and mix together with a heart-breaking plan. That is the third of my fourth book beginnings. (Perhaps if I had included bondage in the plot, I would be writing for Hollywood by now.) I invite you to suspend reality and read… Continue reading A Little Bit Of Romance