REBLOG: Scarecrow Popped Up in Los Angeles

Just totally loved this poem – it captures so much that is relevant in today’s world in beautiful words and prose… a pleasure to read over coffee this morning! 🙂

 

O at the Edges

I learned early this morning that my poem “Scarecrow Calls Out the Man” had been reprinted again, this time by CityWatch, a publication out of LA devoted to politics, perspectives and participation. I’m thrilled that Scarecrow’s voice is resonating…

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F*cking mosquito in the office!

mosquito

I kid ye not… I have been bitten 10 times in the first hour in the office this morning cos this little MOFO probably got into the office last Friday and starved all weekend so now it’s feasting on me…

I mean, seriously?! I am wearing a dress but had to put socks and trousers on half an hour ago just so my skin isn’t showing, except my face – and the little blighter keeps buzzing past my ears, the twunt!

This is going to be a WordPress post today.

#TheLittleShit #DieMosquitoDIE #EveryoneElsesInsectRepellent

 

 

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We are one

There is a lot going on in the world right now – especially the bad and the ugly… but there are also beautiful moments too. This video by TV2 Denmark truly reinforces the message that we are not alone, that despite our backgrounds, or what we do for a living now, we connect on so many more levels than first meets the eye.

Thank you once again, Denmark.

#onelove #weareone

Climate change, water, and a fierce little lady

Climate Change denial is a huge issue. With sea levels rising, as well as water temperature, there are shifts in the fundamental balance of the planet. However, while to the lay man we are only really beginning to take notice of the effects of the warming of the planet, effects that are causing major natural disasters to occur globally and more frequently over the last 20 years or so, scientists have noted that our planet has been warming much faster in the last 1,300 years or so, than ever before in the history of this planet’s existence. The cause of this? Humans.

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REBLOG: The Road to Germany – $2400

Each of the millions of Syrian refugees who have fled their brutalized, unrecognizable homeland did so for uniquely personal reasons — the regime bombarding cities, the Islamic State threatening a return to the dark ages, the loss of jobs in a crumbling economy. Yet their quests cohered around one purpose: They all wanted better lives.

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