Posted by Lucy Luginbill on September 28, 2014
It was a tough row to hoe bedridden abruptly at 35, a mystifying disease and dark pain constant companions. After months of isolation, there was one request that could bring a ray of sunshine to the young womans day.
For my birthday I had asked for herbs from friends and a couple of tomato plants, niece Sarah Luginbill reminisces about how badly she had missed gardening this past spring. Friends came with potted plants and put them on the deck. My only outside area is my upper deck, my outside world.
But no one brought her a tomato plant.
Posted by Lucy Luginbill on September 21, 2014
When Lyle and Fran Cornish plan their day, they allow time for people who may cross their paths. One such "divine appointment" was on their calendar more than once.
Posted by Lucy Luginbill on August 31, 2014
Near the river in Paterson, a garden grows with myriad flowers. It was planted when Teresa Engbretson had an idea that blossomed in ways she never imagined.
Posted by Lucy Luginbill on August 24, 2014
When Jori Perrins began her running career at Kamiakin High School, she never dreamed she would leave a legacy for runners and walkers. The college-bound young woman shares her trail maps and her ‘secret’ to being the best you can be.