Sadly, the last male white rhino, Sudan, on the northern hemisphere has died. There are still a couple of females living but the species is that much closer to going extinct.
There was a big article in the Danish news today about the topic of doggie bags. In Denmark, it’s (still) not normal to ask for a doggy bag at restaurants, even though some have already started offering it.
And why not?
The other day, I wrote a post about how I think we (especially women) should celebrate women for their greatness…when deserved, of course.
We went out with some friends for a wonderful dinner at a local lobster restaurant where we live. I really like this place and as always…it didn’t disappoint us. We had a really nice time and delicious food. In fact, we had too much food, so I asked for the rest “to go” as is customary here.
It’s day 4 of our 9-night South Caribbean Cruise and we’re at sea. We left Labadee, Haiti and are sailing further south towards the ABC Islands – Aruba, Bonaire & Curaçao.
This is my 3rd cruise this year and every time I go, I end up packing a little lighter as I become better at figuring out what I really need (and don’t need).
I came across an article in the Washington Post with the title Drowning in Garbage – a subject that is right up my alley these days.
All the things you don’t see on a photo like this and many others…like the garbage in the streets.
Today, as I was leaving my office and driving home through the garbage-filled streets I thought: Why do you care?
Where I live, recycling is just an uphill battle. Not even the one recycling company that I managed to find is capable of making recycling easy.