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Yesterday, on my Facebook update, I wrote “I wish I could train my garden to weed itself.” I got lots of humorous responses. I weed, weed, and weed some more. And still the weeds come back! And despite all my … Continue reading
When my children were little, they used to enjoy Shakespeare’s “Midsummer Night’s Dream” on a story tape during car trips. Really. The tape was by a professional storyteller and was meant for children. That tape, and the fact that their … Continue reading
We have just passed the summer Solstice here in the north. I’ll write more in the larger blog entry later this week, but just for today, I am giving you an assignment. Feel free to report back as you wish. … Continue reading
Last week, I saw the first fireflies of the season here in northwest Pennsylvania. I love fireflies, or lightning bugs as they are otherwise known. Nowadays, I like to sit on my porch and watch them engaged in the arthropod … Continue reading
Last week as I was on my front porch refilling my hummingbird feeder, a white Hummer drove up the street. I nearly passed out from the irony of it all. The heavy, wasteful, eco-disaster of a vehicle was mentally superimposed … Continue reading