Still showing up…

I’ve been distracted by the start of the school year, the photos of Hurricane Harvey devastation, and my new Instant Pot. But I woke up this weekend feeling pretty infuriated and fired up.  Again and still. I just can’t handle all of this drama and cruelty and callous racism.  I’m enraged, mesmerized, and exhausted by … More Still showing up…

Does it matter?

As you know, I like finding little bits of validation for the postcards we send.  Here’s an image that Congressman Adam Schiff posted to his Facebook page last week.  I like this guy.  He manages to be serene, articulate, and direct – all at the same time. Congressman Schiff:  “As you might imagine, I receive … More Does it matter?

Thank You Thursday 6.15.17

The theme of the day is: thanking political leaders for standing up against hate and xenophobia.  (And I get to use my favorite postcards, too…) During a recent anti-Muslim demonstration in his city, Mayor Adler from Austin, Texas, promoted love, non-violence, and spoke out against discriminatory fear.  He carried a sign that said “Muslims are … More Thank You Thursday 6.15.17

Thank You Thursday #16

Well, today is a grim day.  Mr. Trump’s announcement of his plans to exit the Paris Accord on Climate Change is heartbreaking. And infuriating.  But do NOT give up, fellow Resistors!  We must persist. And thus, today’s Thank You goes to California Governor Jerry Brown.  His commitment to leading the climate change fight gives me … More Thank You Thursday #16

Resist toxic chemicals and corporate greed…

Note:  I wrote this blog post before all the drama with the Comey firing!  Goodness!  The plot thickens!  Since my MOCs are already on the right side of history on that particular topic, here’s something else to do to resist. I’m getting tired of corporate greed. Although I’m not universally frightened of chemicals in general, pesticides … More Resist toxic chemicals and corporate greed…

Being a team player…

Two quick postcards… just to keep you in the game and staying sharp! Deadline for relevancy and timeliness:  June 15, 2017 Mr. Trump has ordered a review of national monuments created over the past 20 years with the goal of rescinding or resizing some of them – part of his plan to shrink their boundaries and open them … More Being a team player…