It’s been awhile since I posted here. In addition to the typical frantic end of the school year antics, we were moving. If someone were to tell me how difficult moving is, I would never have believed them. My whole perspective of time is off. Everything is a blur of brown boxes and packing tape. … Continue Reading →
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Old-fashioned Siberian iris along with the popular Bearded hybrids are among of my favorite late spring bloomers. Their delicate, intricate blooms appear too sensitive to touch as they balance among sword-like leaves. Unfortunately they don’t bloom long enough- here today, gone tomorrow. The key to keeping your iris’ blooming prolifically year after year is proper and timely divisions of the rhizomes. The rhizomes produce new … Continue Reading →
Orr’s plan reminds me of home: My husband and I own a fixer-upper house.
How long can we continue to run a world-leading country with a D+ infrastructure?
These days, we’re eager to deal, even if that means we incentivize terrorism.
There’s all kinds of bad news in Detroit Emergency Manager Kevyn Orr’s report to the city’s creditors.
Republican national leadership still has not learned its lesson from last year’s defeat in pushing social legislation in Congress.
I’m reminded of Hoffa Jr.’s anti-tea party admonition last year when campaigning for President Obama in Detroit.
Gov. Snyder continues to pluck pages from Machiavelli’s play book almost daily to Restructure, Reform and Reinvent Michigan.
Enjoy a fun visit to Michigan wineries, a restaurant and a vacation rental home business in the New Buffalo area on a new Detroit Public TV series debuting at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday.