Today is May 24 and you may be surprised to know that students all over the globe are striking for climate change. The movement, dubbed "Friday's for future" began in August 2018, when a 15 year old Swedish student named Greta Thunberg sat outside Swedish parliament every school day for three weeks to demand politicians … Continue reading Fridays For Future
Recently in the news we have been warned that the ecology of our planet is in demise. The oceans are filled with plastic and micro plastic, the atmosphere is full of pollutants, and animals are going extinct by the thousands. Yet through all of the cries for help I hear the deafening sound of apathy. … Continue reading The Cry
A new section in lady of the lake! I've read my share of articles on how to run a successful blog and they all say the same thing- find your niche and stick to a topic. The problem with that for me is that I am interested in and care about more than one topic. … Continue reading A New Section in Lady of the Lake
I'm finally able to get back on which means I can share this poem 🌎💙 Isn't there any part of nature that mankind hasn't bent to his will? I want something real Something primal Existence before the takeover Before the fall I can't survive on bits and pieces Gardens that try and fail to mimic … Continue reading Unedited
A storm rolls in while we're spending time in Erieau.
Two weeks ago I went to my daughter's classroom and hosted a screening of the documentary "Chasing Coral". After the screening was over, I presented the class with a challenge to spend the next week making as many small changes to help the environment that they could. I gave them the Eco Friend chart so … Continue reading Eco Friend Challenge
I was going to wait to post this, but with everything going on in Canada and the U.S. these days, I felt I had to say something. I realize not everyone might agree with my beliefs. I can't ask them to. All I am saying is, I do not owe it to anyone to ignore … Continue reading I Do Not Owe You- Part II