i wouldn’t change a thing
hello dear friends. it’s been a week of non stop moving, but where and for what? well a lot happens in a day, a minute even. my last post about the pup made me realize that everything in my life has got to change or else i’ll just keep getting more of the same results. SO with that in mind, i’ve been on a mission to move. to give a pet a real home. and maybe give one to myself too. these are shots of the view i want and am visualizing as my new abode.
i crave this view because it symbolizes everything to me. lately i’ve been focused on the state of the world, how much we’re dumping into the oceans, what life would be like if it were not the environment we have now, but hotter and more violent, with oceans we can’t swim in.
i try to keep this blog pretty and i’m sure you don’t want to hear about this, but right now i feel we’re in a national crisis and need to tell the white house that we can’t afford to set up new coal mines which will pollute our waters. please join me in contacting them about the new mines in west virgina that are destroying american communities that are begging to be allowed to go green.
to see more about what i’m obsessing over, visit me here.
if you’re feeling like no one is listening and the WH is unresponsive, contact the media. there are a hundred addresses here: http://www.fair.org/index.php?page=111
i promise to get back to puppies and paris soon! let’s just make sure they’re there forever! thank you for your help, if americans don’t help each other, who will?