Author Archives: J. F. Booth

About J. F. Booth

I am a writer and educator.

Not to be Missed | What’s Up Magazine

Notable Gardens for Autumnal Inspiration Not to be Missed Sep 20, 2018 12:00AM ● Published by Brian Saucedo By Janice F. Booth Summer is slipping into the golden days of autumn. For some of us, our gardens have given us … Continue reading

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Here’s my September feature article  on an unfortunately timely subject.  Protecting Children from the Wolves in Sheep’s Clothing | What’s Up Magazine

Educating ourselves and our children about pedophiles Source: Protecting Children from the Wolves in Sheep’s Clothing | What’s Up Magazine

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If we have no peace, it is because we have forgotten that we belong to each other. – Mother Teresa

Last evening I participated in a memorial walk to honor five, local journalists who had been killed the previous day by an angry man with a shotgun. The senseless violence and inexplicable grief of which I’d read in countless articles, … Continue reading

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Little Rascals: Pets and Pests in Your Garden | What’s Up Magazine

There are 115,000 dogs and cats in Anne Arundel County, and more than a million in Maryland, according to the American Veterinary Association estimates. Source: Little Rascals: Pets and Pests in Your Garden | What’s Up Magazine

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Life’s Small Dramas Continue

The first four weeks of our osprey’s return to paradise has been quite eventful… Oscar and Opal, as you may recall, returned to the Naval Academy in mid-March.  Other than chilly weather, all seemed to be well… at first.  About … Continue reading

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