Down with a cold, but not COVID, I seem to start the New Year the same way I did last year, coughing my head off, but that’s not true. Last year in January there was peace in my mind, then in February Russia invaded Ukraine. Last year I could afford chicken, and now it’s almost a luxury item.Continue reading
Tag Archives: Climate change
Climate Change -Babysteps in my Home
My quest to help save this planet was doomed to fail right from the start. “Put the lunch meat and the cheese in my containers, no plastic bags, please,” and with a determined, but not confident smile I handed her my food containers, yet she didn’t take them.Continue reading
We Have Everything We Need
We have each become a small world,
spinning from one collision to another.
We scrub cities off our skins
and watch its roads leave tracks in the bath.
I am a Climate Killer too
A Late Bloomer Indeed
Like every year, our little tree is getting ready for winter. The leaves just started to wilt and soon they will fall to the ground. What will be left will be a bare tree, waiting for the wintertime. Continue reading
Bye Bye Wrapping Paper
The amount of wrapping paper that many people use and then throw away around Christmas time is mindblowing. Rolls of glittery paper are being cut up, trashcans are overflowing at the 25th of December, even though it’s so easy to find environmental friendly ideas. Continue reading
Paris Climate Agreement- Change starts small!
The United States of America will leave the Paris Climate Agreement. The decision angered me, and once again I felt helpless, and I know a lot of you, on both sides of the aisle, feel exactly the way I do. Continue reading
Science is not an alternative fact
This woman held up a sign that says it all. We live in the 21st century and have to march for science. Absurd indeed! What better day for a protest for science, than Earth Day.
Proud to be a Woman!
“Women can be anything they want to be,” my Grandmother told me when I was just a little girl, and it was quite a statement back in the 70’s. ANYTHING meant there was no limit. I could become an astronaut or a fireman; I could play soccer for a living or be a famous mountain climber, perhaps even lead a nation.