I thought I'd put a plug in for getting Wolverines protected. I'd like to bounce the The US Fish and Game into the wall a few dozen times, those rascals!
"Terrible news: An exceedingly rare wolverine was apparently just gunned down by a rancher in North Dakota. Even though there are only 300 wild wolverines left in the contiguous United States, this tragic killing was perfectly legal -- because the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service didn't protect them under the Endangered Species Act when the Center for Biological Diversity asked it to in 2014"
The quote is from a newsletter from the Center for Biological Diversity.
Wolfie was begging in the kitchen this AM and I thought his tail too cute to not make a snap of it.
His tail looks a lot like my hair right now. Like I combed it with an egg beater. I have gray hair that can't make up it's mind if it's curly or not. It used to be thick and curly unless it was very long.
Well, back to the book, The Help.
This older title was gleaned from the city library, and though we've already seen the movie the book is still very much worth reading. I hope you will give it a try. It keeps me from thinking too hard about things, and also reminds me just how far we've come as a nation, and, indeed, how far we still have to do.
Change really does begin with a whisper. It's because of Oppression. If you are white, all white, you didn't notice it so much, probably. Remember the song, "At Seventeen"?