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Leave No Trace

My kids are constantly amazing me. As a parent you always wonder if you are raising them to be respectable little beings when they go out into the world. 265 more words

The Good & Bad Of Belize

Ok I know I left a good few weeks ago but it’s better late than never. Here is my list of the things I thought were great, and no so great about Belize. 1,424 more words

Mother Earth: A Plea

Note: My entry for the Earth Day anthology published by Poetry Paradigm, titled ‘Poetry4OurPlanet – an anthology of 108 heart-warming, and poignant poems on the blue planet, our own Mother Earth. 367 more words

The Wings Of Poesy

Marywood students celebrate Earth Day

Students in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders donated money towards the purchase of trees to be planted on Marywood’s campus during Earth Day activities recently. 12 more words


The Reluctant Spartan - Part I

I’ve never considered myself a competitive person—unless you count growing up with four siblings and competing for the attention of my overwhelmed parents. During my first five decades on the planet, I also never considered myself an athlete or remotely fond of physical activity. 828 more words

Small Town

The Good Earth's Wife

The Good Earth’s Wife

How many licks to the center of earth?
How many tricks to origin birth?

When will you know me as primates do? 132 more words

The Most Significant (and inspiring) Environmental Protection Movements in History

Millions of people are now backing global environmental movements. Some experience a sense of urgency with temperatures constantly rising, and hottest years becoming current years, due to climate change. 221 more words