Joined 11 years ago from Tennessee
I work full time and want to write articles part-time. I enjoy cooking, travel, self-improvement. I have a thirst for knowledge and wisdom.
I have a passion for creating a product out of yarn, wood, fabrics, etc..I like walking, biking, fishing, gardening, and shopping in hardware or home improvement stores (have been known to hyperventilate when I see a new shop tool)
I took a break from writing and now I am ready to dive back in with vigor and determination to update old articles as well as writing new ones.
5 years ago
The Purple Iris is one of the most beautiful flowers and is considered the Tennessee State Flower, although, there are many different colors.This flower is easy to grow and will multiply each season.
11 years ago
lasplash.com The Cherokee Indians are the second largest tribe in the United States. They are one of five tribes that are considered to be civilized; the other four are the Chickasaw, Seminole, Choctaw, and the Creek. There are six things I was...
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