Day: 01/16/2023

WHEN YOU WERE TEN

And Other Mistakes, by Rich Paschall  In decades past, my mother was a fan of what would be referred to as Supermarket Tabloids. They are usually displayed near the checkout counters of grocery stores. They were meant to catch your… Read More ›

MID JANUARY BIRDS

The Carolina Wren is typically the earliest arriving “spring” bird. I almost never saw them, but I would hear their songs — louder than any bird so small should be able to sing — in early March. This year, it… Read More ›

RHODODENDRONS

FOTD – January 16 – Rhododendrons We had a great spring last year for rhododendrons. This year, without a proper winter and with the garden under full attack from invasive strangling vines, I’m not optimistic. Everything else was suffering through last… Read More ›