A story from this blog called The Firefly's Secret is now up on Amazon and doing well. It is #10 on Amazon in baby and toddler nursery rhyme books. The little story is on kindle unlimited and selling on kindle for 1.99.
I’ve been watching news in India of the farmer protests with some concern. India is one of the big four producers of food for the planet: China, India, Brazil, and the United States. We should be watching what happens more closely as it may impact the world quite a lot. Although agriculture represents a very … Continue reading Part 2: The Importance of the Redneck
Hi guys! Sorry I haven’t posted in a while. I’ve been working on developing two writing projects and they are taking up a lot of my inner daydreams. Thinking about plots and characters and such. I wonder how many of us have been taking a break from the heavy stuff. The news just makes me … Continue reading Positive Vibes
I got a little rose garden. After the rains of April, the roses are starting to show up. I wanted to share them with you to brighten your day!
One of the most beautiful places in the world is Keukenhof, considered to be Europe's gardens. Check out this great link from the Daily Mail that talks about a virtual tour by drone of the gardens put together by photographer Albert Dros. Scroll through the brief article and you will see the videos to click … Continue reading See Keukenhof Gardens in Virtual Tour
It is strawberry picking season soon. According to a recent study cited by Whole Foods Market, strawberries rank 27th as the best American food due to overall antioxidant capacity measured against food quantity. They also ranked as the 4th best fruit behind blackberries, cranberries, and raspberries. Strawberries are very high in Vitamin C and also … Continue reading Strawberry Fields Forever
(Google Images.) This month is Lawn and Garden Month. One flower you will find in abundance at a fairly low price at Home Depot, Lowe’s, or Wal-mart is the petunia. Here’s an interesting fact about petunias. They are in the same family Solanaceae as tobacco, gooseberries, tomatoes, chili peppers, and even deadly nightshade. Petun, in fact, is … Continue reading Petunias = Petun = French Trader Word for Tobacco