Summer in Mississippi is all about green. Everywhere. All the time.
Born a Southerner, raised a fundamentalist Baptist, educated in Bible college, further educated in seriously non-Bible Ohio University, I’m a mixture of traditional and experimental. Call it eclectic.
I’m a fully disabled 60-something who has been a newspaper journalist, photographer, junior high teacher, college professor, columnist, homeschool teacher, writing teacher, knitted hat creator, horse rider, dog and cat lover, painter, potter, writer, poor seamstress, even more poor housekeeper, poet, and workaday cook.
I’ve been manic depressive since high school but I didn’t learn the name of my personal demon until the mid-90s. I’ve been married for 32 years and have a 28-year-old daughter who is the archivist at our local museum.
My blogging tends to be sporadic due to depression, so apologies in advance.
And that’s about all you need to know about me. Welcome.