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Holly Bowne

Green Thumb-less

By Holly Bowne

My mother always has beautiful gardens. Growing up, my family was treated to a profusion of obscenely healthy house plants clustered en masse in front of our windows. Outside, there was a bountiful vegetable garden, endless raspberry bushes laden with ripe fruit and…flowers. Those gorgeous splashes of color whose fragrant blossoms decorated our landscape from […]

Savoring Daily Gifts

By Holly Bowne

Before I became a freelance writer, I worked in a corporate office setting. Although it was a creative department, the environment wasn’t always the most conducive to creativity. Dim florescent lighting. Drab gray paint. Management would swim up and down the hallway, ogling at us through our fishbowl offices to make certain we were really […]