Mud splashing almost always off-season here in Colorado, but this year the pond flooded so many times in May that I lost count. In the last few years we’ve had so much unusual weather that unusual weather isn’t unusual anymore. Sigh.
When climate change gets reported, they mention polar bears losing habitat, but it won’t stop there. I worry for horses, too. Seems like a lot of horses are struggling with sore feet right now and adapting to change is a slow process.
I think it’s scary-silly that politicians think they can vote on climate change in Washington, D.C. Scientists don’t think so, and neither do I–but then I work outside every day.
If politicians are going to think that a vote is all it takes to control the planet, I say we lobby for just a little less gravity. If that doesn’t work, we could vote in different politicians–ones who spend time outside every now and then.
Anna Blake, Infinity Farm.
WordPress Photo Challenge is a weekly prompt to share a photo- I enjoy twisting these macro prompts to share our micro life here on the Colorado prairie. My photos are taken with my phone, on my farm. No psych, definitely not high tech.