Stay Warm in Autumn: Roasted Pumpkin Soup
This past summer my long time friend Paula Winchester who when I was a student at William Jewell College worked with me at the Kansas City Museum of History and Science, sent me an invitation to a virtual birthday party for Xiao Qi Ji, a male panda cub born at the National Zoo on August … Continue reading When God made the panda He was thinking of me.
The moon I photographed tonight rising over the Franklin Mountains and the city of El Paso is amazingly the same moon that my father saw when he was growing up in Western New York. It is the same moon that his father saw when he was growing up on the island of Sicily and the … Continue reading Imagine the moon
Most people when they think of lowering their carbon footprint think about how they impact our environment when they drive their car or make purchases of products that require the use of fossil fuels. Others think about planting trees to help capture CO2 or buying carbon offsets where their money goes to pay for a … Continue reading An easy way to lower your carbon footprint