After months of silence my fingers are itching to get their keystrokes back out there, and my inner rhymes are begging to be released. So much has happened and is happening and will happen, and Wandering Aloud is going to stay true to its name. It’s time to get movin.
These things happened:
Madeleine Albright speaking about Myanmar/Burma at the Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting 2014
Some of my favourite pictures from the People’s Climate March here in New York City:
The coolest marching band Ive ever seen and/or danced to.
Wait a second… That doesn’t rhyme!
The shrine at the Tree of Life, where all were urged to write their responses to the following question on a ribbon: “What do you love and hope to never lose to climate chaos?” We then picked a ribbon written by someone else and chose to continue fighting for climate justice in the name of what that person held dear.
I finally saw this up close:
I learned that three ferry rides in one day is just excessive. And excessively uncomfortable.
And of course, a returning-from-hiatus post would not be complete without a picture of my little one:
Lieutenant Pumpkin, interrupted while playing with a bag of sticks.
Oh, and I have a job now – it even pays in money.