Instagram: See with MeRepost from @surfridersandiego ACTION ALERT - The Encinitas City Council will consider the county’s first balloon ban tomorrow, Weds Jan 19. Please click the link in our bio/stories to send a quick email of support to the council! It only takes a minute.It Comes in WavesUpon ReflectionDon’t Look Up…or Down!Balloons are ubiquitous on San Diego County beaches. (I found this one and two more during my walk today.) To help mitigate the problem, a draft ordinance to ban all helium-filled balloon sales was moved forward by the Encinitas Environmental Commission and will be presented to the City Council early in the new year—tentatively scheduled for January 12th. For more information and to sign a petition in support of “lighter than air” balloon bans, please visit the link in my profile and/or keep an eye out for an action alert from Surfrider San Diego.Merry Christmas from San Diego!"I just thought of one thing that's permanent. Love." —Olaf (Frozen II)Happy Winter Solstice!
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Monthly Archives: September 2013
I was inspired by the incredible ideas shared at the San Diego Area Writing Project’s Fall Conference yesterday morning, and my mind was reeling as I stopped at my favorite Carlsbad beach on the way home. I didn’t expect to … Continue reading
I wrote the article that follows in the spring of 2011. I am finally sharing it here for the first time as my contribution to SDAWP’s #113texts Mentor Text Challenge. I realize that this is more timely than ever with … Continue reading
Succulents fascinate me, and over the years, my husband and I have collected a wide-variety of the unusual plants. Many thrive in terracotta pots on our front deck while others flourish in containers arranged on the flagstone patio out back. … Continue reading