Some days are worth waking up for. Today is one of them. Although I’m still reeling from my father’s death, I am trying to get my life back to normal. Life goes on, and I, too, must go on. I treated myself to a solo lunch today since all my friends were busy. I’m a […]
Our family dog Molly and I turned the lights off last night for Earth Hour. I turned off the air conditioning, too. We sat in the candlelit living room and stared at each other. This isn’t much fun, we were thinking, so we moved the Earth Hour party outside. There was a lot more activity […]
U.S. Fish and Wildlife: Estimates of oiled debris, from the April 20 BP/Deepwater Horizon oil spill, removed from sensitive lands are reliable dating to Aug. 16, and since that date the following amounts of oiled debris have been removed from sensitive lands: Florida: 491,292 pounds Alabama: 172,185 pounds Mississippi: 585,479 pounds I don’t know why […]
The oil well at the center of the BP-Deepwater Horizon oil spill was finally and hopefully permanently capped off yesterday. To my surprise, the US Fish & Wildlife Service already has removed its oil spill response section off its home page. I say I am surprised because even though the well is capped, there is […]
Brown pelicans will survive the oil spill, my friend the scientist says.