Bloganuary Prompt #23: Interview a fictional character

Who are you? My name is I. Will. Where are you from? I am the magnetic creation from the minds, hearts and intentions of light workers, truth seekers, and truth tellers. Why are you here now? I am here to abolish the dark forces gripping the planet, and to restore common sense, respect, and goodwill …

Bloganuary Prompt #19: write about something mysterious

It's mysterious how 60% of the 7.9 billion people on this planet have transfigured into sheep. Maybe not so mysterious for the portion of that percentage who were coerced through mandates. I mean, who wouldn't want to save their livelihood and be able to provide for their families? Photo by Rachel Claire on Pexels.com Unraveling …

Bloganuary Prompt #16: What is a cause you’re passionate about and why?

Freedom and sovereignty both personal and national are intense subjects for me. Cherished freedom is currently under attack everywhere --- personally, nationally and internationally with destructive mandates, unjust laws, elitist goals for One World of only the wealthy and poor, and ccp and Big Tech's increased dominance of humankind. These evil forces do not sit …

Bloganuary Prompt #5: What is something you wish you knew how to do?

Ha! I had to laugh at this one. Well, of course, it's blogging and finding my way around Word Press. My basic PC skills enable me to do just that --- the basics. But, when it comes to the more technical aspects of blogging like SEO and CSS (? I think that's the term)...I am …

Climate Change – The Diabetes of the Globe

The climate use to be rather predictable.  At least until what we've seen recently.  Now, it too has a culture of anything goes.  What is going on?  Like the bad diet, little exercise and unremitting stress that provoke diabetes, haphazard behaviors and practices are radically affecting our globe. I feel October coolness in August, August heat …

Nature Doesn’t Need a Smartphone

The peonies are blooming now.  This is how I mark my time.  I do not use a "smart" phone but rely on Mother Nature.   The late May calendar shows white and lavendar colored phlox, lilies of the valley, and deep purple, almost black columbine.  Wild geraniums dot the pachysandra, and grandfather rhododendron (15' high) arrived …

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