Does this look like the office of a woman who needs a break – or at least, fewer Post-It Notes? It's been a hectic summer. Some highlights:
I'm writing my third article this year for AARP national publications.
Last month, I finished ghostwriting a book on personal finance – a project I took on because I knew I'd learn a lot in the process.
Boise chefs discuss finding and using wild plants in an interesting article in the Idaho Statesman this week. “Start with your yard,” one advises.
I hate to sound smug, but nobody will starve in my yard.
Almost one in five U.S. voters cast a ballot for independent presidential candidate Ross Perot in 1992.
I was one of them, and I was sad to learn of his passing this week.
As a news reporter in Dallas, Texas, I had plenty of occasion to interact with Mr. Perot – but more important, to watch him interact with others.