This blog increasingly documents my experiments in creative living and curiosity about living a longer, more active life. If that’s the kind of thing you’re interested in, I’d be delighted if you’d join us.
Mayo – my better half – and I live on an island in the St. Lawrence River 1000 Islands chain and are currently experimenting with warmer winter locations – mostly Savannah, GA. So, yeah, my accent is half-Canadian, half upper New York and another half undetermined Southern drawl. You figure it out – I gave up.
We each have our creative lives (she’s an amazing potter) while I hammer away at keyboards.
Frankly, my main creative problem is the older I get, the more projects I wants to take on. So many interesting things in life and so little time.
If you’re looking for a syncretic mix of anti-aging, social media and publishing experiments along with associated viewpoints, this blog might be of interest.
But if you’re quite happy with your life and set in your ways, I’m not going to be of much help or interest.
Websites and Social Media
- His garden/country-living website DougGreensGarden is here and this subject Facebook page is here.
- His personal (this website) is here and that Facebook page is here.
- His fiction site at DFrankGreen.com is here The Fiction Facebook page is here.
The primary symptom of old age is hardening of the attitudes.
Stay curious, stay young.