I read “Hazel’s Magical Gift” from my memoir on Saturday, April 30, and raffled off three of Hazel’s bearded irises.
My kids are very much like my garden. Sometimes they produce the fruit I expect, and sometimes they produce weeds. Other times they wilt and wither until I pour a little love on them. I’ve been thinking about that a lot lately because the sun has been shining, and it seems like winter is behind... Continue Reading →
One of the most beautiful birds my family regularly observes is the Anna's hummingbird, which sports emerald green plumage and an iridescent fuchsia head. The birds visit our feeder several times a day, even during our mild winter season, and chase other hummingbirds away when they lay claim to the regulars’ turf. Today—through my window—I witnessed... Continue Reading →