Fall Fun

I drove up to the mountain region of Eastern Washington for a change of pace from the city life. Not a speck of snow remained on the peaks. We had a hot summer. Because of the dry weather and the pandemic the price of fruit was expensive. I loved the decorations though of the Smallwood…Read more »

Generation Seeds

Since the pandemic, many businesses have closed. For those of you wanting to grow your own flowers or vegetable garden, seeds may become scarce for next year. To overcome the panic, collect seeds from your garden this year. You can only save seeds from open-pollinated plants, not hybrids. Check your old seed packets. The nursery…Read more »

A Feeling of Woe

In this time of isolation and the pandemic, suicides are on the rise. No one believes it will happen to one of your family members until it does. My sister had married an older man and he was retired while she yet worked. She noticed her husband had been drinking and sleeping a lot lately,…Read more »