Posted on 05/06/2014. Filed under: Uncategorized |

We moved to a condominium ten years ago. It proved to be a good idea except we had done some serious gardening at our former single family home and missed the activity. Fortunately I have been accepted as the de facto landscaper for our condo and am more than happy with the situation. About half a dozen like minded people in the condo have formed a group that work together on condominium maintenance and landscape projects. The groups activity benefits the association and the participants.
I have taken on another task over the last couple of years and that is a care giver for my wife Joan. This has not been too difficult so far but is expected to become more demanding as time goes on. I only hope that I will be able to provide the necessary care as long as needed. The time I have for writing and tasks associated with writing have been affected but I did manage to publish the “For the Cause” book last year and revised and republished the “PushBack” book. this spring. I will be giving fifteen copies of PushBack to Goodreads and Librarything readers and hope they will be generating reviews and better yet, posting them in Amazon. As an aside I will give five copies of the revised PushBack
 to readers of Alfred Wellnitz Books Blog who request a copy and have a verifiable white page address on a first come basis. Send a request for a copy to


Below: Pictures of Braewood Condominium planters and gardens:


Some of the planters the Braewood Landscape group plants and maintains each year.

Curb Garden 2013 

Landscaping on the north side of the parking lot at the Braewood Condominium

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