On Wednesday I had the privilege to attend the listening session on the EPA’s proposed Repeal the Clean Power Plan. I was so impressed by the diversity of attendees all pleading for the EPA to keep the Clean Power Plan in place. From Doctors to Lawyers to Religious Leaders, Scientists and even representatives from PG&E there was no shortage of passion in the room. I was also not the only mom with a baby strapped to her chest, which I was pleasantly surprised about. Our very own Missy spoke to the panel bringing enthusiastic fist pumps, “good jobs” and many tears from the audience; it’s amazing how two strangers with a common goal can hug and cry in an unknown space. The theme was strong, we are busy professionals juggling families, jobs, and life yet trying to convince a big government bully to do their job. Their job that is supposedly to do the right thing by the environment. Now we can get into a heated political rant, believe me I am ready with my economic facts, but rather lets focus on what YOU can do right now. Continue reading
The hubs wrote a really bomb letter to Jarred Huffman many moons ago. It really made me quite proud of him.
The Huffster wrote him back. And unlike our “President,” the people writing his letters know how to spell sincerely. Continue reading
Like all good resolutions, I’m going to admit I’ve outgrown mine from 2017. No need to laugh and jump and shout, “I told you so!” just yet. I’m not retiring my resolutions. But rather, the act of embarking upon them has brought me farther than any other resolution has ever carried me before. They need a tune up, because I know how to get more milage out of them. Continue reading
In a recent catch-up chat with a dear friend, the absence of any recent blog entries was noted. Why haven’t I posted in a bit? Here’s what I’ve got to say for myself: Continue reading
Our family recently spent a week visiting my sister and her family in North Western Washington State. They live in Anacortes on Fidalgo Island off the Puget Sound. They have a beautiful home, a beautiful family and they are surrounded by beautiful nature, but I came back feeling so happy that I was still a Californian. The first time I went to visit her I was ready to pack my bags and buy a huge lot where I could plant my “Martha Stewart Inspired Garden”. However this challenge to lessen my carbon footprint has got me considering my surroundings in a whole new way. Continue reading
Backsliding. That’s what I’ve been up to in the last week. Let me explain. Continue reading
You asked what I think will make America great again, well here it is…
To make America great again we must switch to renewable sources of energy so that we can pave the way to a progressive future. We Americans have been revolutionaries throughout our history. Going back to an old way of technology rather than seeking out the new and the best forms seems counterintuitive to our being. By implementing this new technology there are going to be many new job opportunities, not to mention that this also aligns with the failing infrastructure in our cities throughout the US. Its time we make our ancestors proud and carry on the American tradition of forward thinking.
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