My son’s English assignment was to write about facing a fear. I loved his story so much that I had to post it here! Fortunately, he had pictures to illustrate just how scary this trick is.
4:27 by Evan Chun
It was a Sunday afternoon in summer, and I was going to the skate park, nicknamed Blue Gates, due to the color of the fences. It was 4:27 p.m., three minutes until skate session was over and bike session would start. I hesitated, rolling back and forth, thinking of all the terrible ways rolling into the nine could end, a skateboard trick in which you ride up to a bowl or ramp without getting off your board, turn right over the lip and down the face of the transition. Continue reading “4:27 by Evan Chun”
This book is bringing me so much joy! Photographer Theron Humphrey has photographed his adorable rescue dog Maddie in the most ordinary and extraordinary settings.
Continue reading “Maddie Lounging on Things”
All of these ingredients–basil, cherry tomatoes, parsley and zucchini–are from my garden. I never cease to be amazed at what a miracle it is to get food from my backyard! Continue reading “From the Garden”
On June 19, I had the privilege of participating in “Lit Up Orange County.” Held at Kean Coffee once a month, this event features three authors who read from their published work and answer questions from the audience. Continue reading “Lit Up Orange County”
I love gardening. Putting a seed in the ground, watering it, letting the sun shine on it, and having it grow into something beautiful and edible is, for me, miraculous and gratifying.
Every plant I grow is like a baby to me, so when I woke up to see this incredible blossom, I was beyond excited.
My book is now available on Amazon!
Continue reading “Ties That Bind”
I just love the elegance of Adirondack chairs. Continue reading “Adirondack Chairs”