Reading Time: 2 minutes As a symbol of joy, hope, and beauty, the sunflower will have a home in my garden for years to come. Continue reading Sunflowers of the world, unite!
Reading Time: 3 minutes Writers like to work alone. Authors have to sell books. About 35 were exhibiting and selling, and perhaps more traveling incognito. Continue reading One writer, many authors: Authors Day 2022 at Woodbury Library
Reading Time: 2 minutes We like to think that the First Amendment the first because it enumerates our most important rights. But that’s not why. Continue reading It’s the Bill of Rights’ birthday — express yourself!
Reading Time: 3 minutes A rebranding, a new logo, two major milestones (one good, one bad), and a chance to get out from behind the desk. In all, making progress! Continue reading Week in Review: Week 38
Reading Time: 2 minutes The nights are longer than the days now until December 21. But are they equal on the equinox? That depends on how you look at it. Continue reading The paradox of the equinox
Reading Time: 3 minutes In my book, every day should be Voter Registration Day. Every day, that is, except Election Day itself. Continue reading National voter registration day
Reading Time: 2 minutes The beauty of an editorial calendar for a blog is that you can schedule posts well in advance. That doesn’t solve the problem of procrastination. Continue reading Week in Review: Week 37
Reading Time: 2 minutes If July 4, 1776, is the nation’s birthday, this is its 235th wedding anniversary after a shaky “friendship.” Continue reading Happy Constitution Day!
Reading Time: 2 minutes Life gets in the way of writing, but it provides fodder for when we finally can set aside time for it. Continue reading Week in Review: Week 36
Reading Time: 3 minutes Handbells at a fair and a string quartet on the lawn: For summer concert venues, you make the best of what you can get. Continue reading Double feature: two outdoor concerts