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Small Daisies

Where did these accidental additions to the garden come from? [...]

Comfort in a Voluntary Lamb's Ear

Angry and frustrated, I stepped outside today and spied this volunteer Lamb’s Ear on the way to a task. I couldn’t resist the opportunity to lean down and have a pet. Soft. Ah. Soft. Better.

Comfort in a Voluntary Lamb’s Ear

Angry and frustrated, I stepped outside today and spied this volunteer Lamb’s Ear on the way to a task. I couldn’t resist the opportunity to lean down and have a pet. Soft. Ah. Soft. Better.

Volunteer Yacht, Anyone?

The South Pacific Whale Research Consortium is looking for a volunteer with a yacht to go sailing around the islands this summer. I know that plenty of our readers spend their spare time pleasure boating… so won’t you lend a hand? [...]

Climate Action: Volunteer Your Eyes for Phenology

Gathering information about what plants live where, and when they go through life stages such as budbreak, will over the long term provide a richer vision of climate change than the simple concept of changing temperatures that most people think of. [...]

McCain Campaign Has A Tawana Brawley Moment

The faked attack was supposed to show that poor, defenseless white women just can’t be safe in a world in which dangerous, black men like Barack Obama are allowed to have power. [...]

Why Hasn’t The News Reported ObamaWorks?

Independent web sites can pick up the ball that the traditional news infrastructure has dropped. We can report on the uncovered and yet inspiring aspects of the 2008 presidential campaign, instead of just following along with what the Associated Press says is important. [...]