You might call me a late bloomer. Although I married my husband a number of years ago my first crush occurred just a few years ago. I observe from afar and wish I could bring my self in closer contact with the object of my crush. I yearn to spend time with the object of my desires and I concoct plans by which I might bring myself into closer association. There is so much to admire about my crush. She is generous and giving. She provides for others while teaching them to provide for themselves. She loves children and spends hours nurturing them every summer. She is vivacious, bright and lively- and she never looses her temper! I suppose she might be male, but all of the traits I recognize in her appear to be female.
When we moved to Boise I worked as a nursery consultant for Home Depot. I was interested in finding a community garden and soon discovered a unique and powerful program called BUGS. This was a garden that's purpose was mainly educational. They run a summer camp, provide weekend classes for toddlers, and promote gardening as a wonderful form of education. The program has a farm stand where children learn about commerce and actively participate. A true learn by doing philosophy that reaches kids in a whole new way.
The object of my crush!