Monthly Archives: August 2017

The Ugly Face of Plastic

Plastic came into being about 1950. It is lightweight and easy to make into many things. Unfortunately, plastic is awful for our wildlife and waterways. Both are choking on this ubiquitous plastic pollution. What are microplastics? They are tiny pieces … Continue reading

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Hate and Injustice

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Hate is not sustainable! Last week I finished reading “The Deep South” by Paul Theroux. Theroux takes four trips into the south, works diligently at interviewing individuals, and writes serious descriptions of what he sees and hears. I loved meeting the … Continue reading

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What Unites Us?

As I attend reunions and talk with people who I see every few years, I think about what we have in common? What do we have to talk about in this politically charged climate? This morning I was struck by a … Continue reading

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