Tag Archives: climate change

The tree of life ~ Suzanne #writephoto

I got a little Bluetooth keyboard to use with my tablet so that I can post stories despite my the demise of my computer.   It’s not ideal for I can’t figure out how to copy and paste images such as … Continue reading

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After We’re Gone ~ Tina Stewart Brakebill #writephoto

After We’re Gone connecting nature     the trees will remain after sharing their message Reblogged from Tina Stewart Brakebill

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Taking a New Direction ~ Suzanne #writephoto

Saga, the Norse Goddess of Story wandered over the Icelandic plains. It was late winter and everything around her was surrounded in gloom. Saga herself was all of a dither for she didn’t know which way go or which stories … Continue reading

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They Said ~ Fandango #writephoto

They said it would revive our local economy. They said it would create new jobs. They said it would improve our lives. They said it wouldn’t contaminate our drinking water. They said it wouldn’t pollute our air. Continue reading at … Continue reading

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A new start ~ Suzanne #writephoto

As the sun rose over the rooftops like a searing ball of flame another day of excessive heat was born. The couple out for an early morning fitness walk stopped in their tracks and viewed the spectacle. “I feel so … Continue reading

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Life After the State ~ James Pyles #writephoto

David had lived underground all his life, his existence tied to the Hive habitat that had been manufactured hundreds of years ago, and his body, blood, work, all in the service of the state. He couldn’t have imagined the exquisite … Continue reading

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There isn’t much snowfall ~ Marilyn Armstrong #writephoto

It had been warm for most of December and the bulk of January. Warm enough to find myself picking ticks off my dogs. In January when I normally don’t have to worry about ticks and fleas and other noxious bugs … Continue reading

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From the Gut ~ Fandango #writephoto

The first snow of the season. It wasn’t much, maybe a few inches, but it was enough to blanket the fields in snow and to cover the trails and paths. “It’s early, John,” Maria said. “Is this a harbinger of … Continue reading

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A Hope for Dawn and Dusk ~Marilyn Armstrong #writephoto

It could be the first light of the sun creeping over the horizon or the last rays of light as the sun sets below the horizon. It’s impossible to know. I always wondered if there was any way to tell … Continue reading

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Changing the seasons of the world – Marilyn Armstrong

Reblogged from Serendipity: I haven’t read the official report, but I’ve read a lot of summaries and I wasn’t at all surprised by any of it. Twelve years left and then we can’t “save the earth.” I consider it highly … Continue reading

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