It’s been a while since my last adventure, but this one is a doozey, and rather permanent too. I finally got a tattoo. Two actually. Almost three. You know how one can get something in their head, and it sits … Continue reading →
This year, 2018, celebrates my having been a vegetarian for 25 years, despite Mom occasionally sneaking me an egg roll in that first year, saying “it only has a little bit of pork in it.” I don’t miss meat at all. And much to my concerned relatives’ surprise – I haven’t died. Instead, I am relatively healthy and happy.
Beets and morels.
But in thinking about 25 years of going without fried chicken, I was just curious as to how much impact I’ve made as a vegetarian in the past 25 years, especially in terms of numbers of lives “saved,” or in some cases “prevented the raising of.” I was inspired by an article one of our members (Doug) posted yesterday in our FB discussion group Climate Steps that was an interview of famous marine biologist Sylvia Earle, about eating fish. (Message: don’t do it.)
c) plus traveled to Kuwait, (note that picture above., aaaahhh.), and
d) did some other things here and there.
I’ll be growing the Climate Steps community a lot this year. Already we have some national/international members, but more members are welcomed – definitely the earth needs folks who want to take climate steps.
Anyway, brief post, but fyi! Hope everyone has a grand 2018.
Catching up on another adventure – really two at once, but here I am months behind getting this up. Let’s start with the first thing I had never done before – the more touristy one – Amsterdam. I had the … Continue reading →
This is the last big adventure for 2016 – almost caught up. Next up 2017, and Puerto Rico. However, this post is about the Baltimore Kinetic Sculpture Race, which I hope to go see again this year in May. It … Continue reading →
When I was 15, my Dad went to work in Saudi Arabia for two years, in order to help with the communications of its airport system and to earn some extra money. I won’t say how long ago that was, … Continue reading →