Yup, those are plastics, residing there in my studio. Here I’ve been a foaming-at-the-mouth environmentalist all these years and I was blind to what was going on in my own life! I am reading a fascinating book entitled : “Plastic”, by Susan Freinkel. The book opens with a quest to list all the thingsContinue reading “Plastics”
My fellow readers out there will know how this happens~ you read one good book and glance at the bibliography, then you’re off on a marvelous wandering journey. This is how I came to be reading “Salmon in the Trees”. I thought it would be a scientific discussion about nutrient cycling. It is, but itContinue reading “Rootedness”
The music swirled in my head and the paintbrush swooped about on the large canvas as questions tugged at my heart. In “Steadily Skipping Stones”, a wonderful blog I love to follow, Michelle asks when is a choice a leap of faith and when is it a betrayal of self. I think I’ve got thatContinue reading “A look over my shoulder”
When I was growing up, my Dad’s job required quite a few moves. I’ve talked to other people who changed schools as often as they changed wardrobes, and it hits us in two ways- either we become permanent rolling stones or we spend our adult years yearning for that spot on the planet weContinue reading “Where, From Here?”
Keeping our river ecosystems healthy will help keep our planet, and us, healthy.
Happy New Year to everyone! I don’t know if you ever experience this, but I frequently have several different ideals wrestling to be uppermost in my mind as I go about my days. “Be free! Be innovative! Be economical! Be environmental!” all of which mostly just leaves me feeling mental. And frozen. So thisContinue reading “A Wild New Year”