Another gem from my Writing For Life student. Rosalie Cushman THE BISHOP’S DOG By Sally McKenney It was the early 1950′s. I was nine years old and in the first semester of fourth grade. I was living with my mother and grandparents in Rancho Santa Fe at
Ever wonder about those darn voting machines that caused all the controversy in 2000 when George Bush squeaked through the election thanks to some hanging chad and an one-vote Supreme Court victory. Valley Center. That’s right, right over there at 29751 Valley Center Rd. Dick Stephens, along
This is a story in itself. Wow, I wrote this a long time ago and completely forgot about it. Not only, but I also couldn’t remember at all when I wrote it and why. However, it goes on and on and on and apparently I was trying
SAN PASQUAL VALLEY — Organic farming pioneer and consultant, resource conservation leader, and now agricultural educator, Scott Murray hopes his back-to-the-future efforts will keep farming viable in California and the nation. Murray was doing it, in part, at a groundbreaking venue, the San Pasqual Academy. Located in
Scott Mojonnier’s secret to success lay just beneath the surface on Monday, just this side of a landscaping business along Rancho Santa Fe Road at Olivenain, hard by Rancho Santa Fe Shopping Center. Call it “pondscaping.” Mojonnier’s Underwater Environments is the largest, and nearly only, grower and
For the last several years I have been teaching a writing class at the Encinitas Senior Center. Some students have been with the class since the beginning, seeking to express themselves through memoir style essays or even a full-fledged book. A few of them show exceptional story-telling promise.