About Me

Man, I hate these pages.  I always feel like I’m under a lot of pressure to tell you who the Hell I think I am to be writing whatever it is that I’m writing.  Usually it’s drivel, so at least there’s that…

My name is Kristi Waterworth, I’m a seasoned freelance writer who has been cooking since 1995.  My first taste of freedom came young and I’ve been dodging real, grown-up jobs ever since.  But don’t hate me because I can’t figure out which end is up on a time clock…. I have been incredibly lucky to have had some powerfully influential mentors who believed in me, even when I didn’t.  *wipes away tear*

I spend most of my days and nights and weekends and holidays copywriting, but I am actually a trained journalist — old Skool — with a degree in American history.  For a while I thought I’d get my Masters and teach, but I didn’t do that, so here we are.  I guess we have to learn to live with one another now.

You can find me booking faces on the Facebook most of the time, I’ve given up trying to Tweet now and again.  Feel free to follow me on the world’s biggest social network, maybe you’ll learn something new about squids or donuts or goats or other useful things.

2 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Mark Ackerman says:

    Good day . Are you the author of the article in Gardening Know How on Staghorn ferns?


    I’m asking b/c my staghonr fern turned brown on one half.
    It’s the platycerium superbum species and there is no green center that you typically see after the leaf turns brown and a new frond is coming out.

    I brought the fern inside to dry it out and was going to spray it with a copper fungicide. I just wanted to know if you’ve ever had success with this being corrected ?


  2. Kristi Waterworth says:

    Hi, Mark. I’m sorry your comment got lost in the inner workings of this website.

    Yes, to answer your question, i was a writer for Gardening Know How many years ago.

    However, i am no expert in ferns. I honestly have struggled for years keeping them going. Most seem to suffer from problems related to a lack of humidity, but this is one of those situations where photos would be really useful. Mine usually turn brown because I’ve forgotten to keep them properly moist.

    i know that’s not real helpful, but I do hope your plant is doing better now.


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