Tag Archive | covid19

Not Quite So Fast . . . Keep that Covid Mask Handy

One month ago I came down with a really bad cold. I’d gone from a runny nose, presumably spring allergies, to major congestion. It ticked me off. How could I possibly catch ANYTHING with the social distancing, masking, and isolation? Where I live, virtually everyone was keeping to the rules. In fact, I’ve yet to […]

It’s Been Too Long

So it’s been a long time since I last posted. August, in fact. To be fair, it’s been a strange year. I posted quite frequently when the pandemic first hit. But sometime during August, Covid hit here and then everything changed. One of our adult children caught it and decided to move back in with […]

Seed Savers-Treasure Now has Book Club Questions!

As people have become more interested than ever before in gardening due to Covid19, I’m hearing from more book clubs that they are reading Seed Savers! So I’ve finally gotten in gear and written some book discussion questions. So far I have them for book one, Seed Savers-Treasure, with questions for the other books to […]

Doing My Part During Covid19

  In my last post I discussed what I was doing to be a helper during this time of crisis. Not feeling like I was a good enough seamstress to help with sewing masks (my daughter’s significant other works in a hospital), I pleaded “gardening.” Authors (of which I am one) are also stepping up. […]

Which American Girl Doll Are You?

“You’d be a terrible American Girl doll!” my daughter said with disapproval. I’ll admit, no one had ever hurled this insult at me before. My daughter is 27 and lives in Indiana though a good portion of her heart is still here in Oregon. We talk nearly every day on Facetime, yes even before the […]