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Where to Find My Books and CDs:
Brobdingnagian Fairy Tales wrote lyrics to "Soul of a Harper"
Firefly Drinking Songs wrote lyrics to "Browncoats Keep Flyin' "
Don't Go Drinking With Hobbits CD wrote lyrics to about a dozen songs
Cafe Press store:
Networked Blogs link
Tag Archives: gardening
Filled in the low spot where there was a marsh near the front door with three bags of top soil. The guy at Home Depot told me they were out of the really cheap dirt I was after, and that … Continue reading
Today was spent on catching up a lot of items that needed addressing…like turning in a con survey, and emptying my submission queue again. I also sent off two poems for the Mars: The Next Frontier poetry contest…fingers crossed I … Continue reading
I’ve tended my plants this morning — watered, weeded my little patch, and got the hanging baskets back up after all the wind lately. Now it’s put in a load of bedding and scold cats who think that the bed … Continue reading
…and that line pretty much sums up my reaction to Dark Shadows. But I’ll get to that. First, an update on my impatiens from yesterday. It’s looking much better: Kathleen called early this morning to tell me she had a … Continue reading
The Wildflower Center was lovely, as always. Everything is blooming, and the colors are amazing. Got some good ideas for more things I want to plant. I would have bought some Scarlet Sage, but the Gift Shop wasn’t open yet … Continue reading
Normally, my weekend posts are full of non-cleaning/working type posts, but today I’ve been a busy bee. Kathleen and I finished digging up the corner garden for the yard and got the plants set in. While I was at it, … Continue reading
Newell just called me crazy, saying the sun wasn’t up yet, and what was I doing getting up at 6:00 AM? Doesn’t he know people start coming for a Garage Sale VERY early in the morning? And my stuff is … Continue reading
So, I went out to garden, but it looks like rain, so my neighbor suggested we wait until after the storms they are predicting so that the ground will be easier to till and the plants will not be battered … Continue reading