foggy blog

  • Popcorn Orchids - When I was growing up, my Popo grew orchids. On one side of the house were the giant yellow Oncidium “Popcorn” orchids.  On the other side was the screen house with numerous Cattleya and Anthurium.  She hung old nylon stockings full of chicken manure in the screen house for fertilizing.  The popcorn flowers were grown […]
  • have I run away from grief for 19 years? - this is my question for the doc today: I went upstairs to look through some boxes. 1. art supplies 2. diaries/sketchbooks I’ve been meaning to go through to find evidence of past depressions/ruminations that exist in my memory 1. found – check! now I have more clutter to go through downstairs. 2. found – check! […]
  • My shrink suggested I write a blog… - I’m worried it will expose too much. I’ve survived thus far by living so far under a rock that no one notices me.  I don’t know what’s kept me there… But I don’t want to be there anymore.  I want to breathe fresh air.  I want to run and jump and dance and I don’t […]
  • Phalaenopsis NOID, one of my first orchids - I bought this orchid about a year ago.  This picture was taken this past spring. I think it’s my second orchid.  The first being a purple Oncidium NOID that I don’t have a picture of. My Popo had a small greenhouse my Goong Goong had built her, and it was full of the most beautiful […]
  • first foggy boggy blog: about me - i love being outdoors on cloudy days i love trees and flowers, especially orchids, and butterflies mists in mountains, and moving through clouds cats are fun, geckos are cool, owls too mmmm piano and coffee ❤
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