The New Kentucky ‘Farmer’: Moving Forward with Technology

KET, Kentucky Educational Television, recently broadcast a fascinating forum hosted by Renee Shaw called “AgriTech in Kentucky” (May 23, 2022). ‘AgriTech’ is an abbreviated way to say ‘agricultural technology.’ This program noted that the Commonwealth of Kentucky in the heart of the U.S.A. has, by its geographical location on the banks of the Ohio River, … Continue reading The New Kentucky ‘Farmer’: Moving Forward with Technology

Sabbatical Series: Need a Break? Sixteen Minutes to Restore Calmness and Bring Hope

It has always been true that the world has a way of catching us off guard. Many of us like to think we have our life in control. Especially if we were fortunate enough to be born into a comfortable middle-class family, we have been taught to work hard and life will reward you. Pestilence, … Continue reading Sabbatical Series: Need a Break? Sixteen Minutes to Restore Calmness and Bring Hope

Timmy Gardens, illustration by Courtney Coriell Williams

Nonny Day books for Spring!

If your gift list includes youngsters who are beginning explorers in the wonderful world of reading, my latest children's books will instruct in a delightful way. Perfect for spring holidays, end-of-school graduation/recognition ceremonies, birthdays, and fill-in-the gap summer reader/activity books. For those recipients who live close by, have the books sent directly to you so … Continue reading Nonny Day books for Spring!