Joined 10 years ago from Jacksonville, FL USA
I am slowly terminating my writing here on HubPages. This decision is based partly upon the changes that have been to the site over the years and partly because of the upcoming new year.
As scores fall on my articles, I will be deleting them.
My spiritual path requires complete submission to the Light. I must move to the dictates of the Holy Spirit.
Blessings to all!
I have an ebook under my pen name "Anne Anders" titled A Farming Childhood containing 25 narrative stories based on childhood memories and two poems. This is available through Google Play Store. I also published a children's picture book on Kindle titled Winfred, the Toy Nanny under the same pen name. The story is based on my brother's experience in raising a premature calf.
2 months ago
A vegan shares her first experience with this tuber. Nutritional information, flavorings for jicama, other common names, gardening information, and the history of the vegetable are given.
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