The fact that you’re reading this column says that you are consuming content. I was thinking the other day about the past, before TV and the Internet, many folks would read books to “help fill the time.”
We purposefully design our gardens to allow us to incorporate as many different colors of flowers as we can for our viewing enjoyment during the spring and summer, but we rarely consider doing the same thing for the fall.
Fall is another “blooming season” and we should plan for it.
Living in the digital age has its upside for sure. On one hand we are more globally connected and have more at our fingertips then at any time in history, but our smartphone addiction is taking a toll on our mental, emotional, and physical wellbeing.
“It was a dark and stormy night.” Well not really, but it was an inclement Tuesday morning when a dozen intrepid Garden Club members headed to Mount Vernon for a pre-Halloween visit to Gordon’s Skagit Farms.
Don't pass up the opportunity to meet our cat of the week Katrina. This petite five year old lady is as close to purr-fect as one cat can be. She adores spending time with people, leaping and playing with toys, and snuggling up on chilly fall evenings.