Underneath the beautiful surface of federal lands are stories of danger, harassment, and billionaire privilege.
Gardening season is here . . . flowers are just starting to peek out in the northernmost climes, and gardeners in other parts of the country are already enjoying spring peas, asparagus, and the colorful sight of tulips and daffodils. Every day, all year long, gardeners across the United States sketch plans, pore over seed […]
Pope Francis used his Easter Sunday message to denounce the “latest vile attack” on Syrian civilians as thousands gathered at the Vatican‘s St. Peter’s Square to hear him speak. In his formal “Urbi et Orbi” message, which means “to the city and the world,” Pope Francis spoke against oppressive regimes and war, according to the…
Nature – life, finds a way. How true a statement that is indeed. Despite the snow surrounding the tender shoots, daffodils are triumphantly sprouting towards the glorious spring sunshine, unabated and unabashed. Another month and they’ll be fading away, allowing the peonies to step into their deserved late spring spotlight.
Bison had survived for 2 million years until humans arrived – http://www.bbc.com/earth/story/20170406-bison-had-survived-for-2-million-years-until-humans-arrived
I don’t want to be a member of the ‘in crowd’. I’m an outlier. I’m a small and big ‘C’ conservative, [‘m an outlier. I live in the country – and love it: I’m an outlier. I dislike urbanity in all it’s grey concrete and forced natural settings. I’m an outlier. I like winter, the colder the better – that definitely makes me an outlier. I don’t listen to movie, book, restaurant or travel critics, I want to make up my own mind, make my own choices of what’s good and what’s not: I’m an outlier.
I believe in evolution AND something bigger, something wondrous and magical. I still believe in the healing power of teddy bears and the mystery of fireflies. I believe the Tricksters are still pulling imaginary strings to play with us and try to fool us: the Pixies, Leprechauns and Coyote and Crow.
I’m an Outlier – and proud of it!