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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Left, granddaughter Amelia practicing with her band instrument. I think it’s a Sousaphone, although she told me she plays the coronet. If this is the former, I am impressed because Amelia is a small girl. A graduate of UVA she played in the marching … Continue reading
When I took my socks off Sunday evening, i found several red wheals on my left ankle. Thinking back I recalled sitting on a bench in the Bluemont Park “Master Gardener’s garden” next to a patch of low-lying weeds. I then recalled my … Continue reading