The Second Crows Feet podcast airs today

If you are feeling glum about aging, you might want to listen to today’s podcast episode. Jan M Flynn interviews author Priscilla Long about her book Dancing with the Muse in Old Age, and her thoughts about aging well. I liked so many parts of the interview. First of all, the author was trying toContinue reading “The Second Crows Feet podcast airs today”

Some Good News at last

Just today I learned that Main Street Rag wants to publish my poetry chapbook, Not All Are Weeping. It will be out sometime in the months ahead. Meanwhile, I will need to learn a lot of new stuff. I hope to keep you all informed as I learn of release dates. etc. For now, IContinue reading “Some Good News at last”

Crow’s Feet Podcast Premiere

Join me and the team at Crow’s Feet for the Premiere of our Podcast Series.  We have been hard at work since January creating this series to promote Crow’s Feet writers and engage our audience in a conversation about aging.  Join us Wednesday at 7 PM EDT with Crow’s Feet’s founder, Nancy Peckenham, and specialContinue reading “Crow’s Feet Podcast Premiere”

The world`s favorite season is the spring. All things seem possible in May.” — Edwin Way Teale 

Now a whole week of May has passed. The daffodils and forsythia are in full bloom, leaves are popping on the perennials and shrubs and the whole field is green. The cows are enjoying their time in the field. The greenhouse is bursting and the more hardy plants are in the big garden. I have been making garlic salt. DonContinue reading “The world`s favorite season is the spring. All things seem possible in May.” — Edwin Way Teale “

April is a promise that May is bound to keep.

Hal Borland April is flying along. Though we have had mostly rain this past week, the daffodils have jumped right up and have buds. If we’d just get a little sun they would likely bloom next week. Suddenly the pasture is green, the cows are able to find real grass to munch and seem toContinue reading “April is a promise that May is bound to keep.”

April 9, 2022, And another spectacular array of colors at sunrise

There is no glory in star or blossom till looked upon by a loving eye; There is no fragrance in April breezes till breathed with joy as they wander by. William Cullen Bryant The first week of April has presented us with a mix of warm sun, balmy temperatures, rain, and ice pellets. But theContinue reading “April 9, 2022, And another spectacular array of colors at sunrise”