2022 marks a milestone year for me and it brings with it some interesting personal challenges.
I started my first website on October 15, 1997, and this one in August 2005.
I’ve worked on the cutting edge of electronic garden publishing (I sold my first ebook on Amazon on February 3, 2009) for a while now and I won’t bore you with all the online adventures I’ve been involved with.
The important garden how-to information is mostly in my ebooks now – you can find them all here.
I’m in my 70’s and it’s time for another mid-life crisis (I have them regularly – this will be my 12th or 13th or ?).
Has been morphing more and more into a garden diary and this coming year, I’ll complete this transition. I’ll be posting far more pictures and commentary of my garden (along with images) as I work out there. (not sure about video yet)
I’m still fixing links and images from a poorly moved website adventure and that’s an ongoing process you’ll seldom notice.
I’m supposed to have a publishing schedule according to the experts but nope, haven’t gone there.
I’ll post pictures and commentary of my gardens as the spirit and garden dictates.
Don’t forget (I do regularly) that I’m technically retired according to my much-better half.
So stick around for garden posts, garden reflections, pictures of the stone walls, flowers and dragons (nope, haven’t told you about the dragons yet.)
Beside my own garden, I’ll keep writing on my other website at Douglas-Green.com. Research on aging, lifestyle questions and stories that spring from my non-garden mind will fill up that site soon enough.
p.s. I have surrendered to the inevitability of Facebook and many of the pictures (but not all) will be posted there as well. And note you have to keep liking them if you want Facebook to keep showing them to you.