I made the decision a while ago – as I get older – it is not quite so sensible to be living in different places, even though my global grannyhood has been such an unexpected delight and pleasure. I have tried not to worry too much about the flying and the planet as it is … More Return, leaving
Recent activities have got me thinking about this, the meaning of “attitude”, and surprisingly, reminded me that once upon a long time ago I was a [very good] mathematician and physicist. OK long time ago, as being a wife, mother, worker, educator, counsellor, retiree, granny, and much else, happened. First – great discussion at the … More What’s in an Attitude?
You know I am interested in Monetary Reform, and believe that the current system of CREATING money is a root cause of many of the ills I at other times find myself ranting about. Note creating is different from using / exchanging / managing how much or how little you have at the moment etc. … More What Monetary Reform Looks Like
In just over a week I have gone from Edinburgh to Block Island and walked on different paces, different beaches, looking at different skies, as the weather shifts from calm to wind to fog to clear sun. The photos are from my last evening in Edinburgh, then walking on BI, on Ballards and Cooneymus with … More Changes – regenerative culture
I have now been in Edinburgh one week. Is that all? Time is so subjective, it feels like a month. Seeing Edinburgh son, catching up side by side not over BI internet. Seeing my friend Mary [a young 90] who went in to hospital last Friday, came out again on Tuesday, and her son, and … More Love being in Edinburgh, miss elsewhere
It is raining today, after a few beautiful clear days. I thought I would just post a few photos from the last month’s walking, plus a couple from the “activities worth remembering” that is (i) joining Molly and some of the Block Island singers on the solstice evening, and then seeing that wonderful full moon … More Look back or look forward?
Having a great time at the Block Island Peace Project, and doing online research, I discover that my self appointed name of world citizen is in fact already something that is possible. I am going to get myself a World Passport – from the World Service Authority which is validated by the Universal Declaration of … More World Citizen / Global Granny
I am back on Block Island. The Block Island Peace Project is happening, continuing, and attendance is good. [Scroll down on the Library website] Coincidentally my friend Jane Baumann, mother of our Library Director Kristin, told us about a great Program called I’ve Got a Song. I have just been to it, learned a lot … More Activism and Hope
Following my last post… I thought I have to do a bit more than just write about the things that matter to me. In that post, I said I have been following a group called World Beyond War. This is one of their posters. it gave me an idea. I also remembered that great poem of … More Peace and Action
Be warned – this is a long post! Block island is a small piece of the world with a big heart. On Wednesday evening our Island Free Library hosted the showing of a new documentary, Seeking Shelter, by Seedworks Films. This film, soon to be available for general viewing, is the culmination of last year’s … More A Global World, all faiths and none