Weekly Meow

Before You Post Challenge

“Let’s put the social back in Social Media and the responsibility back where it belongs–with us.” I follow  many passionate, opinionated friends on Facebook. My newsfeed is constantly flooded with posts about saving animals, banning pesticides, stopping fracking, etc. which…

To Make a Wish

Since the earthquake in Japan on March 11th, I’ve followed the news with great sadness. I first learned of the disaster early Saturday morning when a bout of insomnia had me up and browsing the internet at 2 a.m. By…

Weekly Meow–Creativity

“In order to have a real relationship with our creativity, we must take the time and care to cultivate it.” — Julia Cameron I loved reading “The Artists Way” many years ago. It was my first encounter with a book…

Weekly Meow–Predictions for 2011

My crystal ball has been a bit hazy and it’s been difficult to get a clear view of the future, but now that things have cleared up I can predict few things will become big or bigger in 2011. First…

The Weekly Meow–December 18th

As a born and raised California girl, I actually crave snow this time of year. Snow is something you drive to see here. You ski on it, make a few snow angels, toss a couple of snowballs and go home.…

The Weekly Meow–December 11

That’s what learning is. You suddenly understand something you understood all your life, but in a new way. Doris Lessing There is an amazing bunch of talented people in the gardening community and thanks to social media sites and blogs,…

The Weekly Meow–December 4th.

Can you believe it’s already December? I can’t. Seems like it was just yesterday I put the tomatoes into the ground and now only bits of tomato remain. Hopefully our winter will fly by just as fast. The fun thing…

The Weekly Meow–November 27th

I love @karibaskets’ work. Her earthy color combinations really appeal to the gardener in me.  But how charming is the little daisy basket (second photo in this post)? I love the simplicity of the natural wicker and the pure white…

Weekly Meow–November 20

Joseph at Greensparrow Gardens gave us an introduction to an unusual (at least for me) variety cyclamen. I love the narrower, pointy leaves and color patterns. I love reading Joseph’s blog not only for the information but for the enthusiasm…

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