I practically grew up in family vegetable gardens since before I can remember. Both sets of my grandparents had large "family gardens." Mama's parents planted enough of a variety of vegetables for themselves, my aunt's family, and Mama's family, as well as some truck farming. Papaw Holley planted acres of purple hull peas and hired … Continue reading Squash Bugs Everywhere!
New Experiences Bring Adventure
Here it is, the eve of NaNoWriMo Camp April 2015. It is a month long virtual camp for writers to work on new projects or ones they have already begun. We are placed in "cabins" with other participating writers by age group, genre, or other choices we make. For this camp my genre is Historical … Continue reading New Experiences Bring Adventure
I don’t know about you, but one thing that has plagued me for the longest is having unfinished projects. Projects that I sincerely intended to complete in good time, but that I haven’t yet scramble in my mind and then clog any productivity without a lot of work and concentration. I have always been a … Continue reading Unfinished Projects
Am I A Failure, Or Should I Just Be Realistic And Adjust?
OK, we’re in the middle of February, and I haven’t done as well on my goals as I thought I would. There were things that came up that I had no warning about or control of, and there were some days it couldn’t be done for other reasons. Bottom line; I have a decision to … Continue reading Am I A Failure, Or Should I Just Be Realistic And Adjust?
Confessing Resolutions; it Means Commitment and Accountability
The new year has begun. I don’t know about you, but it is already going too fast. I have things to accomplish this week, this month, this year. “Goal setting;” there’s that phrase. You know the one. That one that “type A” personalities have set in concrete last year for this year. The rest of … Continue reading Confessing Resolutions; it Means Commitment and Accountability