Monthly Archives: September 2020

Aroma Therapy

Midnight Snack tomatoes Stop And Smell The Garden I spent the weekend weeding, cutting back weary perennials, ripping out spent annuals, trimming back tomatoes to coax the last fruits to ripen, planting garlic and sweet peas. Every time I pulled … Continue reading

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Seeds Planted In Darkness

Gutted and bristling with arrows yet still fierce and still alight Hope Shattered, Hope Renewed Friday afternoon was the highlight of recent weeks; along with most of the West Coast, the choking smog had put us all in quarantine, which … Continue reading

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Very Unhealthy

I Can’t See Clearly Now Wildfire season is upon us and it’s terrifying this year. In recent weeks, dozens of wildfires have ravaged West Coast states. Washington lost 626,982 acres in five days last week. Oregon and California have stopped … Continue reading

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I Love Zucchini

  Frittering Away The Zukes There are a million jokes about having too much zucchini, about people sneaking over to put zucchini on neighbors’ porches, even about shoving zucchini into unlocked cars. I’ve heard them all but personally I am … Continue reading

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