• Grief and Gardening Tips

    Grief and Gardening Tips

    I did not know it was possible to actually die of a broken heart, and yet my neighbor Kathleen has done just that. She just laid down in the bed and didn’t get up again. Her heart stopped. Sometimes there is a moment in time, or an experience that will bond people together forever, like […]

  • A Long Awaited Photoshoot

    A Long Awaited Photoshoot

    This post is to prevent Community Forklift from having the complete scoop on my bathroom. I’ve been prodded into action by a co-worker, because Community Forklift has a blog-post scheduled about sustainability and design, featuring MY bathroom. Why, what bathroom is that? The one we’ve just added, of course! The others already existed, so their […]

  • Turf Wars

    Turf Wars

    I have occupied every corner of this house. Admittedly, it’s not that big for a house, but still. As soon as I create a space in which to work, it gets taken over by someone I might be related to. A troubling discovery that is problematic. I finally carved out a space I don’t think […]

  • And so it goes….

    And so it goes….

    This post was specifically requested by a fan. I will do my very best. The fan/reader/mom, who shall remain anonymous, posed the question, “How does one get into the mood for Christmas, or any holiday, during a pandemic?” Good question. I have no idea. They asked, would you please write a blog post on that? […]

  • Survival of the Fittest

    Survival of the Fittest

    I would like to share a few things that have been helpful to me lately, for all three of you that read my blog: 1. I need sleep. I am not the best version of myself when I am tired. If you are also running on empty, pulled in every direction and holding down a […]