Let's venture into the realm of gardening with a lovely lady who has provided us with a wealth of resources. Once you've discovered what she's created, you might never have to Google again. Come with me and meet Susan Dorris...
Thank you so much Sharon for writing this article about our dear Susan! And thank-you Susan for being so candid and giving us such a wonderful view into who you are. You are so far from ho-hum and I really enjoyed reading about your experiences. I'm very honoured to have you as a member of my Cubit, as you just share so generously. I sure hope your wishes come true and you end up here in Florida. We could have some good fun!
So good meeting you here. Susan is one of those people well worth knowing, that's for sure. We have a lot of them roaming around in our gardening world, you included, Jean.
Thanks for stopping by.
Name: Susan Zone 5 Charley's Girl Too/ HeHaw, HeHaw
Thank you all for your kind words. Get ready Sharon, our Florida date is September 2015 and I am busy getting rid of years of stuff including my gardening treasures. Hope to trade it all for cruising and a great view of palm trees. I know everybody thinks their junk is good junk but it is still shocking to me that I can't sell my $6,000 198 piece collection of Phaltzgraph 'Folkart' for $600 and the resale shops won't even take it because they say nobody wants that stuff any more. No best offer from Craig's List either,Yikes! It may be making a lovely tax deductible donation.
Wow. Finally after dreaming for years you're really gonna do it! Just WOW!
Good for you Susan, you've longed for oceans and palm trees since I've known you and I know long before that time. I know about values and 'Folk art' and even gardening things, tried to sell my mom's Pfaltzgraff as well and that didn't happen. I ended up giving it away but kept a pitcher and platter just for myself.
Good luck to you, maybe you could open up a Cubits store and have more luck that way. Or Facebook. I know a friend who got rid of a ton of vintage clothes by having a page on FB.
Keep us posted as time passes, I'll keep my fingers crossed for you!