Sunday, April 15, 2007
We're in the midst of a major snowstorm here on the east coast. We can expect anywhere up to a foot of snow, heavy rain and dangerous winds. We have had three big snowstorms in the past three weeks. Not your typical April -- even for New Hampshire.
Despite this, the goldfinch turn bright yellow and the chickadees collect bits of thread and string for nests.
Half a world away in the Masai Mara, young boys watch over their families' goats and cows. It rained there longer than usual this year. Tourists had been stranded in their minivans in mud. Two weeks after that, we enjoyed sunny weather under brilliant blue skies. Not your typical March -- even for Kenya.
Despite this, humans argue among themselves and make pitiful bargains that will not change anything. Who do we think we are, anyway?
Posted by gretchen at 2:11 PM