Observation

08. July 2020 education, health 0
My youngest grandson, Wygee, is nearly six. He’s been watching a whole lot of Yellow Bird on YouTube lately. I’m Gammy but you can call me Dunum. Yeah, leave it all up to a bad grand’ma to let YouTube babysit; you know you have to keep the peace. Yellow Bird changed their name to Orange ...

Empowered

22. December 2019 education, wisdom 0
Ah the feeling of empowerment, hands-on learning is phenomenal. Retrieving experience for later with something to look forward to. Something to wake up for, something meaningful. I’m already a caregiver. Unpaid of course yet the rewards are personal. Similar to my mother-in-law, Juan, whom I love and appreciate, we enjoy our indoor landscape with our ...

Self sufficient

Relying on other people for *character can be disappointing. As a child, I wandered the woods for solitude. Quality time has developed my individuality—personality is what I struggled with. Then, I felt unimportant. Today, I’m still unimportant. The main difference is the developed sense of myself. One of my peers went so far as to ...

Fund Raiser

21. February 2018 education 0
I was considering creating a private auction for my estimated 8′ tall Ponytail Palm (beaucarnea recurvata). This specimen is 31 years old. I planted 3 seeds in miniature containers. Two thrived. I’m a florist by hobby. Both specimens are the same age. Home improvement crisis funds are needed. I’m not thrilled about parting with this. ...