For the past year, I’ve been writing for a great little regional publication called Show Me the Ozarks Magazine. I write mostly features, which I love because it gives me an excuse to be nosy and investigate other people’s lives. I’m trying to get a better handle on my social media brand (wait–did I just brand myself?), so I guess I ought to start here.
Last May, the magazine gave me a gardening column called “Green Thumb,” which is a more tailored, monthly version of what I (try to) do here. Anyway, there’s a tiny little note at the bottom of every column that supposedly redirects readers back here, so I better get my business (wait — did I just say business?) together.
If you liked that first paragraph in the column snapshot, read the rest at the mag’s online lookbook here. Flip to page 91! And don’t miss my other stories on the wonderful One14 Coffee Bar (39), local radio personalities (pg. 47), and more!
In the meantime, check out this cool picture of my rye seeds. Rye is a great last minute cover crop for lazy gardeners like myself. It grows quickly, which is a huge benefit when you’re racing against fall’s first frost. More on this next week!