I was really down and miserable over the weekend, but I am feeling slightly perkier this morning, and so I have penned a solarpunk blog post for my readers: https://theunconventionalgardener.com/blog/solarpunk-radical-optimism/
The idea being that I will focus on, and be a source of, light and hope rather than despair.
Whilst people need to know that the planet is in an atrocious state, the constant barrage of negativity doesn't seem to be motivating anybody to do anything about it. Hopefully solarpunk's stories about positive futures can be the carrot to science's stick.
The bluebells have started to flower at Harcourt Arboretum #florespondence
Waking up in the middle of the night, sitting bolt up right, "Mo was right trikes are the future."
RT @ExtinctionRebel Extinction Rebellion Portland blockade of Zenith Energy! They're growing a garden directly on Zenith's train tracks! Zenith brings tar sands oil for export overseas, endangering the community & climate. #ExtinctionRebellion #XRUS How to Support Blockade: https://bit.ly/2VfmbXv https://t.co/2XivSXxRzK
Daily Perennials: 15th to 21st April 2019
Dandelions 1 - Gromit 0
my sister once said self care is not arguing with people who are committed to misunderstanding you... and ya know what? yeah 😎
Solomon and Simon have figured out they can get under the gate at the croft, my wife caught them terrorising the chickens when she went down to the barn, little rascals 😆
NO ONE SAVES MILK YOU MORON
good morning, the reason you're infatuated with Japanese Neighborhood Aesthetic so much is because every picture you've ever seen has no on-street parking
I know that the Notre Dame is a very important landmark but the fact that billionaires have pledged over 600 million dollars in the first 24 hours to help fix it just really puts into perspective how easily rich people could help solve world issues if they cared