I don’t travel in circles where we use words like Phi in a conversation. If you asked me a week ago what Phi was, the closest I could guess is:
Fee-fi-fo-fum, I smell the blood of an Englishman, Be he live, or be he dead I’ll grind his bones to make my bread.
And that . . . → Read More: What In The World is Phi? And Why Do I Care?
One look at the picture and Feeding Frenzy is what you are likely to call this event.
Chicago Botanic Gardens called it a Seed Swap, but Feeding Frenzy feels right to me. I was among those vying to get our mitts on those seeds. Over 300 people had attended Diane Ott Whealy’s kick-off . . . → Read More: Seed Swap Or Feeding Frenzy – You Decide
It is never too late for creativity, though it is too late to go to see it personally at the Chicago Botanic Garden Antiques & Garden Fair. The fair was last weekend, and I’m sooo glad I went. I’ve never been to the antique fair before, as I knew the prices would be out of . . . → Read More: Chicago Botanic Garden Antiques & Garden Fair – The Ideas Are Free