Brooke here. Yesterday, I tweeted this: Eirik Silvertongue looked thoughtful. "Your battles with the curse are truly the stuff of legend. I will consider how I might aid." — W. Dow Rieder (@Riderius) July 3, 2020 And then, author W. Dow Rieder picked up their pen and wrote the following:
Brooke here. A tree fell the other day, so I’m about to go off on ivy. Again.
Brooke here. I’m going to do this post out of order, as I need to find some older photos. This is the post about the second attempt at building a rosemary hedge.
Brooke here. Earlier this spring, I wanted to build low-cost elevated strawberry planters. This is how I failed.
Brooke here. In fact…*adjusts crocheted cardigan* kindly avauntular Brooke here, to give you a little bit of advice about caring for your new adopted dog.
Brooke here. I tend to look at gardening as either functional or fashionable. Functional gardens are those which serve a purpose besides sense-candy, while fashionable gardens are pleasure first and purpose second.
Brooke here. One of the projects we completed while the blog was on hiatus was the retaining wall. The first part of this project was laid out in this old post.
Brooke here. Time for yet another Disasterhouse blog reboot. I’m paying Real American Dollars to keep the invasive ads off the site, so that’ll help me stick to a posting schedule. If they force me to pay them my dollars I will fill them so full of words they will choke…
Did you know I’m cheap? Like really, extremely cheap? It’s a long-term cheap, though: I’ll pay a ton of money for something up front and then use it until it dies.*So we had these curtains I bought when we first moved in, and…
Brooke here. Let’s talk about the time I made a stupid joke on Twitter and then made another house project out of it.