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Stop and Smell the Flowers

If the announcement that I will be starting a new position didn’t tip you off, you might be able to deduce as much from my sudden rash of library-related posts. Over the last two weeks, my brain has been switched into overdrive. This is all well and good but I’m beginning to think that maybe […]

Cataloging Gardening

In which She Cleans Up

In preparation for my new position, I’ve been methodically doing bits of cleaning at my desk so that I won’t have to do it all at once when I move. I found a few sheets from an old word of the day calendar. The words are niveous, sequacious, nugatory, persiflage, and syllepsis. I’m not sure […]

Diversions Gardening


Playing with TiltShift Maker. I also did some plant maintenance at work this morning, since some were sick, getting too big for their pots, or going into hibernation. I always think my shamrock is dying before remembering, oh right, it has a cycle, it’s just resting for the winter. I have lots of cuttings at […]

Gardening Life

Kill Your Lawn!

I saw this on Boing Boing awhile back and it stuck with me. It stems from an experience I had while I stayed in Sligo for two weeks. My roomie and I opted for a guest house arrangement with a very wonderful woman who had a garden instead of a lawn, something that seemed to […]