Squirrelafia: Local Sciuridae Violence Peaks Over Nut Prohibition January 10, 2013 by Jacque, The Hammond Herald Laurel, MD — At 8:59 am this morning, eight grey squirrels were seen bounding — one after the other — atop a fence at 509 Gorman Ave toward the neighborhood’s lone black squirrel. In what was a Matrix-style defense, […]
Hey dude & dudette. May I share something with you about education? Not many people know about it yet. Yes? If so, read on… On a small scale, top shelf education is now being offered online for free. On a larger scale, I believe and some others agree, that this is the beginning of a […]
We are here for more than ourselves. The groundhog is nourished by my jalapenos and tomatoes. The birds indulge on fat little worms or seeds in the garden beds. Not every plant or vegetable is for me. I feel grateful that I can contribute to their health, just as this garden contributes to mine. In giving, so […]
“Leap and the net will appear.” – John Burroughs A nice reminder today that risk and faith are cornerstone to many things in life, including leadership.
“The key to everything is patience. You get the chicken by hatching the egg, not by smashing it.” – Arnold H. Glasgow Took these pictures the week that I was staying with my Dad after he returned from the hospital. Nature is a quiet, profound teacher.