We tend to think of being “green” (environmentally responsible, sustainable, all that) as some newfangled, hip thing. Well it’s certainly popular but it’s not new. Your parents and definitely your grandparents know all about conserving and the green mantras — reduce, reuse, recycle and buy local — and they taught you all about it. But … Continue reading
What’s been on my mind?
- Chikungunya Notebook: The Basics
- Chikungunya Notebook: Mitigate and Educate
- 2014 Ja Back to School List: Books, Bag, Bucket o’ Water…
- Jamaica, Jamaica: For Sale, No Offer Too Low
- My St. Andrew Science Story…Because Girls in Science Matter
- Environment v. Development…and the Loss of Our Dignity
- Why Do I Blog?
- “…Give us vision lest we perish…”
- Rules For Rebels: Jamaica Farewell: Why I Cancelled My Jamaican Vacation & Why I Won't Be Going Back Anytime Soon!!! rulesforrebels.blogspot.com/2015/03/jamaic…»» 2 hours ago
- @HannaHerbertson @DjAutograph twitter.com/djolder/status… 😊»» 2 hours ago
- RT @djolder: lol! RT @KristinaLien: RT @TheGabster_: Big. Up! RT @biancawelds: Love it!!! RT @NestaJA: You go Korean Embassy!!! http://t.co…»» 2 hours ago
- @MizDurie I read it. My sister and cousin have to. At least at St. Andrew.»» 2 hours ago
- Has always been I think. But not read deeply…•RT @MizDurie: Is “Animal Farm” required reading in high school yet?»» 2 hours ago
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