Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Switching to Twitter

I've been super busy this winter, mostly due to my job teaching English at a local college, but also because I just recently finished the lengthy process of putting together my application to Marquette University's M. A. in English program. I was thinking for a while of hanging up my blogging hat, but wondered if maybe a switch to Twitter would allow this busy teacher-writer-mom to keep sharing the details of my moth rearing and gardening adventures without the burden of having to elaborate. Think I might still use the Blue Bungalow blog for posting photos. In the meantime, enjoy the tweets via the Twitter widget to your right.


  1. Hi there.

    I searching the web for Tosa gardeners--I was told by a city clerk that it's illegal to grow vegetables in a front yard in Tosa. I just moved here and I'm having a difficult time believing that. It this the case?--dave

  2. Dave,

    I'm not certain but I suspect it's probably true that Tosans aren't supposed to grow food in their front yards. I believe Shorewood has a similar ordinance, though some folks there have been fighting it. I guess your options are to grow discretely or to fight the law.