He walked around what my Tom calls the "experimental pile" of compost, where random plant compost accumulates when he wants to see what happens to it.
Maybe we'll see a rafter (yes, that's the right word – I looked it up!) of turkeys next spring, if love blossoms over the winter.
#sustainablegreenlife #nature #wildlife
When nature comes to your window, it's hard not to take an interest. This mama spider settled in earlier this summer, so we've avoided washing this window. (Well, to be honest, we haven't washed any of the windows this summer, but we'll chalk it up to wildlife conservation efforts.)
Kerry A. Thompson
I had a dream last night that the animals of the world said, "Enough is enough" and decided to kill the humans. Although I was afraid, I also thought of their decision, "I totally understand."
With every story I hear about elephants and rhinos butchered for their tusks and horns, sharks killed for their fins, dolphins slaughtered, animals in factory farms imprisoned in horrible conditions, and so many more examples of animal suffering and cruelty in the world, I feel angry, despairing, and complicit. I long for a world where humans understand that the planet is here for all of us and all beings are allowed to live as they were meant to. I have more work to do with my own choices, especially with my transportation and food choices, that are contributing to that suffering.
Tom and Kerry
We're two people trying to do our best to bring about the change we want to see in the world.