Global warming has always been my main concern, when I wrote a post of Cow Farts: Global Warmers Or A Load Of Hot Air?, most people that knew me thought I was crazy then, but think about it, we’ve lots of cows here in the US and elsewhere, and they do fart, then there must… Continue reading Save Oil and Wildlife by Using Cloth Bags
Rainy weather makes frog happy, I spotted this Leopard frog today in my fish pond, just hanging out.
The rice harvest is finally over for my neighbor, and what’s left are the rice stalks. They started cutting them down on Monday of this week, clearing the land of one rice paddy, and they still have two more paddies to go. I’m not sure what his plan is for the rice straw. In some… Continue reading Clearing the Land
I think the laws of gravity of, “What goes up must come down” doesn’t hold true anymore, it appears that gas prices are on the rise. It’s a big commotion here at my work about the price of gas, just yesterday; I paid $3.71 per gallon for 87 gas. One of my co-workers went by… Continue reading Going Up Again!
It has been 7 days since I posted the photos of the baby robins, and now they’re ready to test their wings. I’ve noticed in the last days or so that they’re getting bigger and more active, and thought some of them might be ready to fly. I came home for lunch today, but instead… Continue reading Spreading Their Wings
I’m glad that I decided to keep the robin’s nest, today I saw 3 baby robins sticking its heads out, mouths wide open waiting for food, the mother near by with worm in her mouth. The robin only nest twice a year, I would say this nest is safe from the crows because it’s facing… Continue reading Baby Robins
I think a zoo is a great place to spend your day, when I was little, my mom used to take us to Prospect Park Zoo in Brooklyn, NY, and of course a city zoo is very crowded, and there is not a lot of space for the animals to roam around. Often times it… Continue reading A Day At The Zoo
Living by the lake has many advantages, for one thing, you have a million dollar Lake view from your window, and literally, that’s how much you have to pay to live in a lake access house depending on where you are, if not more. For most of us, it’s a luxury that we couldn’t afford,… Continue reading Beautiful Lake View
I think spring is here, as for me it's obvious, a mother bird, a robin I think, built her nest on top of the pillar in my front porch. I’m not sure what to do at the moment, some people told me to leave it alone, and that it’s a Feng-shui house, which I’m not… Continue reading Spring is Here
Below is a comment made by one of my readers, Bob on the post ‘Ideology of East Meets West’ that I think it would be great lost if only to be left in ‘comment box’ and I hope that you don’t mind me posting this (Bob) because I think it’s worth a post of its… Continue reading Motherland
Most of us probably do not think much about death or funeral service, mainly because we do not want to…the fact is we have to face it one day, making that decision for ourselves while we are still living, or having someone else to make that decision for us. When my American co-workers came to… Continue reading The Memorial Reefs
I learned about Blog Action Day through A Dialogue With K, on October 15th, bloggers around the web would unite to put a single important issue on everyone’s mind - the environment. My contribution to this day, a poem by Robson Grant called Door To Decision. Photo by Underwater-girl, called River Crossing (Mekong River, Laos)… Continue reading Door To Decision