Friday, March 2, 2012

New Blog Address

If you find yourself here click through to That's where I'm blogging these days.

Friday, April 8, 2011


This is an odd way to communicate with someone. But as it may have worked before I'm trying it again.

Marly if you get this would you drop me a line at Kate AT kategeorge DOT com?


Friday, March 18, 2011

Where's Marly and R?

Marly and R I don't know if you still get updates from this blog, or if you ever transferred over to my new spot. But there area a bunch of people and Jenny's and Lani's blog that are worried about you and would love it if you'd check in. I for one miss you guys.

Friday, September 3, 2010

Moving the Blog

Well folks the time has come. I'm moving the blog over to my regular website.  In the end it makes more sense to have most everything in one place and not maintain the blog separately.

Pop over to the new place. I'm planning on pontificating about Drew Barrymore, writing and the vicissitudes of life over there now!

Hope to see you there.


Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Autumn, Again

Ignoring the fact that it is going to be 90 degrees today, Autumn is on it's way. I know this because it has been lovely and cool for the past couple of weeks and the trees are starting to change. It's small. A few leaves here and there. A patch of red or gold in the middle of a sea of green. But it's there.

I could probably recycle last year's post about Autumn, I'm sure I'm repeating myself. It's because I love this time of year. The air feels good to me. My body tends to run on the hot side, so summer is uncomfortable for me. I don't really like sub zero temps much, so winter isn't the best. Although I do love it when it begins to snow.

Spring is great, signs of new life and a chance to start over on my flower garden. But fall requires very little  effort on my part. The kids rake the leaves. If I feel like it, I pull stuff out of the garden and clean it up some. But I can also leave that to spring if I like. I really am a lazy creature.

I love the bug reduced fall. I won't call it bug free. Life in the country is never bug free. But the population of flying and biting critters drops off, the air is silky and cool, the sun shines and the trees put on a fabulous display.

What's not to like?