Monthly Archives: January 2014

Accidental Rat

I assume this is something that people already know about me, but I am a combination of a crazy cat lady and a crazy bunny lady.  I have lots of cats and two rabbits, and the only reason I don’t … Continue reading

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Something Strange on a Summer Street

It started with the sky and the sand.  Way far off beyond where people can see, in colors inconceivable, there was a flash of light which struck the sea and illuminated it with life.  The air became alive with the … Continue reading

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Missed Connection: W4M

Missed Connection Type: W4M …well, G4B if truth be told. Date: 1/15/14 Place: Post Office You: Cute boy, brown hair, brown eyes, dark skin, riding in a stroller, about my age (2ish).  Said your name was Eric. Me:  Also cute, … Continue reading

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The Value of an Education

Today I read the fabulous book I Am Malala, which is the story of an amazing teenage girl who campaigns for universal education and was shot in the face by the Taliban for her efforts.  Her story is incredibly moving an inspirational, … Continue reading

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Conservation in the Context of Resolutions

It may come as a shock to you all -it certainly was a shock to me! – but this week, we bid a glad farewell to 2013 and welcomed 2014 with open arms.  For many, New Year’s becomes a time … Continue reading

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