Yesterday, my sweet drummer and the two guys he plays with, serenaded the people returning from a successful trash picking in and along the river. He said there was a tractor trailer’s load of junk piled up by returning folk. People were so pleased and excited to have removed so much debris. And we’re so grateful.
We all need to get out on our waterways more. And where they aren’t what they should be, we should get involved and take some responsibility about that. Our land and our water are precious gifts. Now as the weather becomes outdoor weather, and we’re all going walkabout again, remember to shove that trash bag in your pocket. (I’m talking to you, Ann!)
Get outside, enjoy the community, enjoy the weather, enjoy this beautiful Earth and its life-giving, life-saving water.