Holy moly, I am so stoked to be doing a reading from BeBop Garden at Drake’s Seven Dees in Raleigh Hills. Their presence at the Yard, Garden and Patio Show last week was nothing short of inspirational. Their store at 5645 SW Scholls Ferry Road, PDX 97225 is well worth a visit. I was there to hear Ann, The Amateur Bot-ann-ist talk about starting seeds. It was a blustery day, but the rain beating on the greenhouse just added to the cozy atmosphere and they had all the goods on hand to go home and put Ann’s excellent advice right to work.
So if you already have one of my books, bring it for me to sign. I’ll also have books available. I’d love to see you there Saturday, March 8 at 3pm. If you can’t make it, here’s a promise: I will take pictures of the nursery and do a post to lure you to this delightful nursery on one of your next plant-seeking expeditions.
I’m going to have to get a copy of that book! “Knowing” you from your blog, and enjoying this type of book, I’m sure I would enjoy it! Good luck with the reading–I’m sure your listeners and readers will be pleased. 😉
Break a leg! I’m so bummed that I’ll miss it–we’ll be at the coast. 🙁
Congratulations! I am so impressed by this amazing accomplishment and am looking forward to reading your book.
Beth~I hope you’re right. You can find it on Amazon, and I would love to hear your thoughts once you’ve read it.
Heather~We keep missing each other at get-togethers. Hope nothing gets in the way of the swap. Enjoy your beach idyll.
Sarah~Thanks (see reply to Beth) and reviews on Amazon written by readers are so very helpful (hint hint).
If my lunch quests don’t turn up tomorrow , i’ll try to come with my copy of ‘Bebop’ . Which I’ve read and enjoyed very much!
Sad I can’t come. I’m gardening for the Watzek House, or I would be there! 🙁
Bummed to miss this! Wishing you a great reading with enjoyable interactions from your audience!
Linda~It would be great to see you there. Why not bring along those lunch guests?
Jane & Jenni~It’s a busy season. Maybe we should do it again in the darker days.