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Spotlight: Carol Noel (AlohaHoya)|
By Sharon Brown on May 24, 2010
Sometimes in life we meet a new old friend when we least expect it. So it has been since I met Carol Noel. She is one of those people whose words hold smiles, and those smiles are contagious. I'd like you to get to know her, too.
Spotlight: Hetty Ford (Dutchlady1)|
By Sharon Brown on August 16, 2010
I didn't even know what Plumeria was. I was writing articles about plants and I thought I knew everything there was to know about them until a lovely lady also began to write about Plumeria. Her articles were filled with photos of wonderful blooms, the likes of which I'd never seen before and I was filled with awe. As I got to know her a little better, I found a friend who is as awesome as her flowers. I'd like you to get to know her, too. Let's meet Hetty Ford.
Spotlight: Neil Muir (NEILMUIR1)|
By Sharon Brown on October 11, 2010
A little more than a year ago on a comment thread attached to one of my articles on medicinal plants, I met a man from England. His response to my article was valid, he knew what he was talking about, and since I wrote of plants that grew in the Appalachian mountains, I wondered how a man from England could know so much about a Kentucky wildflower. Read on, because that certainly isn't the end of the story.
Spotlight: Donna Yates (HappyJackMom)|
By Sharon Brown on January 24, 2011
I didn't know Happy Jack was the name of a town in Arizona. I only knew that it was the name of an online friend and the name made me smile every time I saw it. Even knowing it's the name of a town, I still smile when I see my friend's name. I think you will too, after you read about her.
Roving Reporter: First Cars|
By Sharon Brown on August 14, 2011
We asked this question: "Tell us all about the first car you ever owned." I didn't realize the answers would bring with them memories, but I should have known. It brought memories for me, too.