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Santa Monica, CA — Yesterday, a post from The Old Farmer’s Almanac popped up on my Facebook feed: “Meaning of Flowers & Symbolic Language.” I scanned a few familiar Herbs: Mint (Virtue), Rosemary (Remembrance), Thyme (Strength). Then, there it … Continue reading
If you are in LA on Sat., Jan. 31st, swing by Muse on 8th around 7:30 PM. I am honored to be one of the featured Storytellers in a wonderful evening at Muse Literary Salon curated by Alex Stein. Of course, … Continue reading
Next week, I am honored to be a featured Storyteller in PINATA, the wonderful Christine Schoenwald’s fantastic celebration of the Spoken Word. It’s a great Personal Essay Show, and the topics run the gamut. I’ll be reading excerpts from Notes … Continue reading
Do Not Disturb: Research Taking Place!
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If a county-wide search for the best-looking garden were conducted, mine would neither Win, Place nor Show. The garden at Groundhog Hill has officially entered the Ugly Baby stage, wherein, I am the only person who would find it beautiful. … Continue reading
According to the Farmers Almanac, Honeysuckle is native to North America, however, some species were imported from Great Britain, where it is known as “Woodbine.” Traditionally, Honeysuckle is/was used to treat fevers, cold, asthma, dysentery, and diarrhea. It is still … Continue reading