I’ve been meaning to start a blog for over a year. Procrastination, not normally a problem for me, does rear its ugly head when it comes to new technology. “Blogs? New?” some of you will be thinking. For most people, it’s replacing a button on a shirt, weeding or putting photos in an album that is put off. I liken my computer to my weed whip—a stellar tool, yes, but one that doesn’t inspire me. Both give me a stiff neck. However, the computer has given me a way to communicate, share and learn instantaneously, making it a tad more useful than my Stihl FS85. In fact, my life has been enriched by the relationships that I sustained via my humble hp. I’ve been motivated by the many fabulous blogs that I’ve come across and I must say—there are some amazingly creative and knowledgeable people out there. Dare I join their blogging ranks? As you’ll soon see if you follow my posts, I am pathetically easy to distract and it seems everyday something new catches my interest and has me reading, crafting, questioning. Since I write The Perennial Bookworm book review for the Washington State Nursery & Landscape Association (WSNLA), expect book reviews related to horticulture, landscape design and the natural sciences—including books for kids. I am passionate about insects, funky crafts and vintage home décor. And of course, being a Certified Professional Horticulturist (CPH) and freelance writer, anticipate I’ll be talking plants and all things garden related. Please join me.
P.S. Thanks Katy!
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