The day has come…


What a Wonderful story!!!! I loved it so much…

Stories from home

3-16-13 Oliver7 I knew this day would come, and I knew it was going to be difficult. Oliver just turned 18 months, and what with everything swirling around here of late, we kind of dropped the ball when it comes to getting him “fixed”. A few months back, I discussed the pros and cons – according to a layman like me – to having this operation completed, so if it’s all right with you my loyal readers, this time around I’d rather not re-visit why it’s a barbaric and unnecessary procedure. Let’s just accept that it’s going to happen and move on – thanks for understanding.

10-6-13 oliver2

We’re getting Oliver fixed on Wednesday morning. Though sad about actually doing it – I don’t want to put my baby through any unnecessary discomfort – we’re doing it for the following reasons… it is convenient, and besides, when we purchased him from the breeder we signed…

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To end “Pollination Week” …. Magnificent!!


Beautiful! I enjoy looking at nature and watching how animals, insects, and other wildlife act. In homeschooling the children we have learned about tons of different bugs, and insects throughout the year. It is always interesting to read what other people think about the beautiful wildlife that surrounds us on a daily basis.

It Is What It Is

The beauty of pollination … Moving Art by Louie Schartzberg!

Published on Dec 23, 2011

This video was shown at the TED conference in 2011, with scenes from “Wings of Life”, a film about the threat to essential pollinators that produce over a third of the food we eat.

The seductive love dance between flowers and pollinators sustains the fabric of life and is the mystical keystone event where the animal and plant worlds intersect that make the world go round.

“Wings of Life” will be released on DisneyNature on April 16 in time for Earth Day.

We ALL are ONE!! We ALL are connected by Nature!!

http://www.onepridenetwork.com

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If I Were an Animal


If I were a Hawk

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If I were an animal the one that I would want to be would be a hawk because they can fly a long way with a short wing span. I have watched hawks and would love to be able to see everything from the top of the sky. In my opinion it would be kind of cool to look down on the world from way up high in the sky. I think that it would be wonderful to see how the world looks from an animals point of view. it is interesting to watch them interact with other animals and watch their prey.

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