Archive for Green Stuff – Page 2

This article is Part Two of a 15-Part Article on How to Build a Feral Cat Shelter.  Since this is the first time we’d made a shelter, it’s perfect for newbies.  You can read Part One here. So far, we have gotten some rough plans online, obtained all the materials and tools we would need, […]

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This may be the year that the demographic identified by sociologists Paul Ray and Sherry Ruth Anderson as Cultural Creatives make their mark globally.  If you haven’t read the book, go ahead and get it now.  This demographic is global — and at the time of the book’s writing, it was estimated that 20 million […]

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As the 10th anniversary of 9/11 approaches, people are focusing on many things.  This post takes a different view, from a very unique perspective:  Universal and Spiritual Laws.  This month, we visit the 9th in a series of Universal and Spiritual Laws.  This one is about Nature and Protection, two themes very prominent and timely. […]

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The possibility of radiation leaks from the nuclear reactors damaged in the recent Japanese earthquakes pose a grave health risk to not only Japan and southeast Asia but to the global community.  Airborne plumes can rapidly carry leaked radiation across oceans and around the planet; no part of the world is safe from them when […]

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Where’s the Pony?

You know that old joke that goes along the lines of “with all this manure in here, there has to be a pony around somewhere”? Don’t know about you, but it sure seems to me that there is an awful lot of the stinky stuff around the world these days.  When what you’re trying to […]

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Every so often, a small group of people come together to make a difference.  And what they imagine becomes real.  And inspires millions. How about this idea?  What if you could get a bunch of friends together, go to the beach — and not just party down, but make a positive statement for something you […]

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Warning:  rant ahead, with a side sauce of sarcasm. . . . The still-unfolding drama playing out in the Gulf of Mexico with the oil spill is horrifying.  And that’s an understatement. But beyond pointing fingers and looking for someone to blame, what I want to know is why can’t we get it under control? […]

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Once (only a few years ago but it seems like a long time now) I had a vegetable garden, filled with all kinds of good things for us to eat.  Those days are gone, however, in part because of how much time it takes to: plant water weed do organic pest control harvest What we […]

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While each of us probably has our own personal idea about what the world would look like  — mine is conveniently called “A Better World According to Nancy” — and yours will have whatever title you choose to give it — there are probably some areas of agreement that a majority of people could find, […]

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Sixteen Roses

This summer so far has given us some of the most lovely flowers from our garden.  We’ve had spectacular iris, peony, and now lavender, sun drops, and roses.  With the weird weather patterns the past few years, we never know quite what the garden will do — but this year is a good year it […]

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