Archive for July 2021

Local Woman Sets Out to Save Monarch Population and Loses Shoe

First, let me admit that it’s me. I’m the local woman. It all started two years ago when my aunt gave me 5 microscopic monarch eggs to take back to my apartment in Virginia. I raised them from egg, to caterpillar, to chrysalis, and finally beautiful black and orange butterflies. I was hooked. Last year,... Read more »

The Index Cards of Covid

How many of you went crazy during Covid? All of you? Me too.  This was especially evident by the fact that every single wall in my living room and dining room, oh yea, and both patio doors, were covered in 3 by 5 index cards. Why you might ask? I found out for the foreseeable... Read more »