Hello, and welcome to my world . . .
Over 30 years ago, my husband Bill and I left our careers in the fast lane and moved to a quieter life on 31 acres of woods and meadows in the Texas Hill Country–a place that we call Meadow Knoll.
This is where you’ll find the two of us, working in the garden, walking through the woods and along the creek, and enjoying our animals and the fascinating community of native wildlife that surrounds us. This is where you’ll find me writing and sharing my work, as well as the work Bill and I have done together. We think of this as our right livelihood, an idea—and a practice—that was important to both of us when we came here, and still is, some three decades later.
For a glimpse into this life, I invite you to check out the “About” page, browse the book pages, take a look at the “Resource” section, and drop in on LifeScapes, my blog. (Leave a note, why don’t you?) To keep up with what’s going on at Meadow Knoll, you can subscribe to my newsletters or join me on social media. There are lots of ways to stay connected. Let’s use them.
Thanks for being a reader and friend. Do come back often—you’re always welcome.