Much of southeastern Texas is underwater. Images of water in homes, roadways that have vanished completely, and more rain to come. And probably a death toll to rise. It's horrible. But Houston (and the surrounding areas) isn't the first city to be flooded so dramatically, and it won't be the last. There's change happening with … Continue reading How Many “Historic” Floods Does It Take?
For those of you who live under rocks, there was an eclipse Monday. I live in the area of totality, and had that beaten into my head over the past few months, lol. Along with "Wear solar glasses, or you'll be blind!" and "Don't drive while wearing the solar glasses!" So we ventured outside Monday … Continue reading Not a Perfect Eclipse, But Close
I've put off creating a post on the chaos known as the United States government, thinking that we've surely reached a limit on just how far this can go. And then the next day, it goes even further, and then all of a sudden, we're threatening nuclear war, with no idea how in the hell … Continue reading Further Down the Rabbit Hole