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2008 

Yesterday we wrapped up two filled-to-overflowing days of CyberProfessionals sharing knowledge, food, and lots of talk. From my photos you might think all we did was eat, but really the rest of the time I was so busy listening and taking notes that I hardly got the camera out. Since we're the Cyb...
04/30/2008
Only about four hours from home, Pittsburgh was our destination on Sunday. The CyberProfessionals group was gathering for our semi-annual meeting, and that meant lots of talk, lots of laughter, gigabytes of memory, and some of the good old fashioned kind of memories that you make when with people...
04/30/2008
Here are my two favorite new plants: a "Whipcord Western Red Cedar" that looks like beach grass, and a brilliant cerise azalea. They went from the garden center to my garden yesterday in true Type E style. Most Type E's have this ability – or maybe it's a handicap – that we can just imagine what ...
04/27/2008
Sometimes there's too much time between showings but not quite enough, if you know what I mean. It happened that way a couple of days ago. So instead of just waiting around, we took a drive to Sherwood Gardens on that absolutely gorgeous spring afternoon. Shorts, sandals, and bare feet were all o...
04/26/2008
Are you a nature lover? Friend of the earth? Outright tree-hugger? Or do you simply care about living a more sustainable lifestyle that is good for the environment…including all the people? If so, Baltimore has a week for you. Beginning this Saturday, the city is celebrating Baltimore Green Week....
04/24/2008
Guilford is one of those neighborhoods that seems to have grown up among its gardens and gracious ways. Originally comprised of patents granted to British citizens from the mid-1600s through the 1700s, the area was valued for its "gentle swells, which afford many beautiful views of the city and b...
04/23/2008
Baltimore gets a few days of springtime each year between late winter's chill and full summer's heat, and it's right now. These beautiful bright blue days say, "come out and play!" I'm soooo busy, but couldn't resist taking my little Sony PhD camera outside to snap a few signs of nature. The tre...
04/18/2008
Baltimore truly is a city of neighborhoods. Despite the many hundreds of thousands of people who live within the city's borders, we are not a homogenous mass. The city has grown from pre-Colonial as new groups came for the commerce that a port city offers and the jobs that grow from that. And as ...
04/17/2008
1718 Wilson Ave. Baltimore, Maryland 21227 Two Houses for the Price of One     1718 Wilson Ave.Halethorpe 21227Baltimore County $269,944 TWO houses on one lot separated by a custom Trex Deck and above ground pool.  Both homes have central air conditioning plus ceiling fans in almost every single...
04/15/2008
Have you ever been to a dinner party where everyone had something in common with someone else there? It's like a giant game of cat's cradle – the lines of connection criss-cross and eventually include everyone. That's what we had the other night when a friend hosted six couples. Like the excellen...
04/14/2008
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