In an effort to avoid all things serious, I'm continuing my holiday laughs with the rarely serious, often irreverent "Scrooged."
I'm not a morning person at all, but I must say my best days have started off with exercise. I'm energized, focused and stress isn't a distraction.
So you've made it through most of the holiday season (hopefully) unscathed.
One Christmas we gathered at my parents' house for the seasonal festivities.
Plans made over the holidays often involve finding a new home. Real estate agents are surprised when I bring a compass along while house hunting.
I remember as a child having houseplants my mother grew. It was interesting to see them grow and how my mom took care of them.
Today is the last day of fall. In many households, this means there is also a last batch of tree leaves and pine straw to remove from grass and various other areas.
I am a scientist, and this sometimes interferes in my personal life.
Each year, the Hall County Master Gardeners select one of their own as the Master Gardener of the Year.
Recently, I received an email with some questions about a specific disease and the vaccines intended to prevent the malady. Hopefully, all of you will get something out of the answers.
The ornament was beautiful.
Oso, Wash., is a quiet farm community of about 180 people, located 60 miles northeast of Seattle. Pretty green valleys alternate with mountain slopes that are covered with pine, fir and cedar trees.
Even though winter weather is here, gardeners can still do some things in the yard. Even though they are not really big jobs, they are important to do to maintain a healthy garden and be ready for the upcoming growing season.
The language of the universe is written in numbers.
Early-morning frost is here. If you haven't done anything yet to protect your outdoor plumbing, it's probably time to do so.
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This week's column is dedicated to one of Hall County Master Gardeners, and we are quite proud of his significant conservation efforts.
When I was a little girl, the highlight of my week was going to big church.
As the famous theme song goes: "I ain't afraid a no ghost."
Lemmy arrives early in the morning, just after the office has opened.
Even though the name sounds like chilly weather, the west coast of Chile was anything but cold last week. While the U.S. Southeast was ...
If you have ever come to my office to ask me a question about how to grow a garden, fix a production issue or renovate ...
Ever hear of "wine diamonds?"
In two days, Lemmy will return to my office for his appointment to be neutered.
I was at home one afternoon, when Amy came in with Chloe and Cole.
Inexpensive indoor weather stations showing temperature, air pressure and humidity are nice. But I like to know exactly what's going on right outside, too ...
For his third and final puppy visit, Lemmy arrives walking on his leash like a gentleman. His tendency to pull the leash when excited has ...
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