Gardening since 1944
I completed a graduate degree in History May 2012 at age 70. Before I retired, I was the manager of an economics group in a large corporation until 1989. After that. I worked for the Census Bureau and retired permanently in 2006.
When I am not reading, I am gardening.
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When bird pal Jeff, recently moved from Arizona to Florida, wrote his Redbelly parrots would not eat Eastern blueberries, bird pal Craig, who lives in Norfolk England, responded that all parrots are contumacious. I’ve been speaking English for 70 years, so you would think … Continue reading
Saturday, when I was walking my dogs, I met a young man named John working in my friend Kathy’s yard. John, a horticulturist who graduated from West Virginia University last year, works for an upscale nursery tending Georgetown residences during the week, … Continue reading