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How I Became A Writer
How I became a garden communicator. It's a tale of sadness, striving, prayer and consultations with a physic channel, hard work...not to mention false starts and the willingness (acceptance?) not to know. An unplanned journey down a garden path.
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How I Became A Writer

How I Became A Writer

How I became a garden communicator. Of course there there is more angst, effort and wonder to the story that can possibly be contained in an eight panel graphic. It’s a tale of sadness, striving, prayer and consultations with a physic channel…not to mention false starts and the willingness not to know. I’m crafting the full tale into a talk that will be on my speaker pages soon. In the meantime, here is the short form, with as much clarity and synchronization as a human with too many balls in the air can muster.

So that’s it in a nutshell, with great deal of help from my friends and a huge shout-out to GardenComm. If you have any thought of writing/speaking or otherwise communicating¬† about plants and gardening, you should join GardenComm. #IamGardenComm¬† #WhyGardenComm

2 Comments
  • Deborah Chase Gunschel
    Posted at 18:41h, 03 April Reply

    CL,
    I am thinking about writing a book also. The same size as yours. I have traveled through out Europe, Eastern Europe and England.
    Some Garden tours, some culture oriented. I have gotten many ideas from these trips that I have brought back and used in my gardens
    I too majored in Art in college and everyday look at the world through artist’s eyes.
    I came back from England and built an 8 ft. high stonewall , 40 ft. long. Discovered re-bars use in the garden…strong, rust blend in with nature
    and will not rust away in my lifetime.. I have already pulled together certain thing and will figure out how to put them together in a book. You have been a great influence to me to do this, I don’t know if it will fly, but I’m having fun doing it.
    “The world is a book, and those who do not travel, read only a page”. –St. Augustine

    • CL Fornari
      Posted at 07:42h, 05 April Reply

      Good for you, Debby! Having fun with something creative is one of the true pleasures in life.

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