Monday, June 25, 2018


A Step By Step Guide to Plant Propagation was actually my first book. I have since revised it and added more gardening tips. Spring and summer is gardening time so I thought I'd tell you a little about what you can find in my gardening book.

Not only will you find numerous ways to multiply your plant collection but lots of gardening tips as well.

Did you know there are many plants that root in water? Find out which ones and how to do it on a sunny windowsill. pages 34-39

I'll even tell you about plants that root themselves, no kidding. Just lay a leaf or stem on a shelf and watch! See page 40-41

Want to save money? look at Chapter 12: Money Saving Tips and Tricks

Find A Step By Step Guide to Plant Propagation Revised Edition on Amazon. Just click the title above. And check out my gardening blog too: Gardening Tips For Small Spaces  I've been writing gardening tips for nine years now so you will find lots of information on my posts. Below is a screenshot of a recent post.

Monday, June 11, 2018

A few of my favorite things

This one is for my fellow tea sippers. I found it on Pinterest. If I had a dollar for every cup of tea I've drunk in my life I would be rich.

 Now this article from The New Yorker. I knew it all along...reading is better than tranquilizers!

Can Reading Make You Happier?

This one says it all

I'd probably finish more books if I didn't read in bed. I keep falling asleep! LOL! 😊

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Monday, June 4, 2018

More Great Books To Talk About

I just finished a really good book. It kept me reading past midnight for a couple of nights! I highly recommend it. When Never Comes by Barbara Davis was a suspense-filled, sweet story about heartache and redemption. Here's what the editor says:

"What if you could save a child in need, but she would be a constant reminder of past hardship and heartache? Could you do it? Our heroine, Christy-Lynn Parker, never wanted to have kids. She had a horrible childhood—first with her drug-addled mother, next in foster care, and ultimately out on the streets. To Christy-Lynn’s relief, her husband never pushed for children. In fact, she thought he didn’t want them at all. So imagine her shock when she finds out after his death that he had a daughter named Iris with another woman—the same woman he died within the depths of an icy bay in Maine."

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