This is a story I read and loved as a child. Since I don’t have the book, I’ve told the story as well as I could remember it, but with a few of my own embellishments. Once upon a time a poor farmer, his wife and five children lived in an average sized but nice farmhouse. … More No Room For a Sneeze
Fallen tree still leafy. I am, and have been for a long time a “tree hugger.” Being a teenager in the 60s, I was a “flower child” of sorts. I loved living things and nature. I have always had a special bond with trees. Trees are a life form I love and respect. These sentinels … More People And Trees
Bren’e Brown PhD, LMSW is a noted professor, author and speaker on TED Talks. I have listened to two of her TED Talk Videos and is very easy to listen to and speaks in every day language. In this video she answers some questions and shares some methods she has found helpful in dealing with … More Words to Help Us Get Through the Pandemic
I am taking a left turn here in this post compared to all of my previous posts. Excuse me while I get on my soapbox. I may be “preaching to the choir” here but I need to vent. I heard and read on several occasions from various sources that some women write about, or to, … More Who are you?