He's in get-busy-tail-wagging stance (doggie finger waggling)
by my idle computer on a Miami friend's dining table. There's no rest for the weary traveler...
- Happy endings--always.
- Love heals--every ill.
- Good conquers--all evil.
- Polluters and destroyers make amends--no matter what it costs them.
Which reminds me of Laurie Larsen's post last week. You Gen Y'ers out there--in addition to your many other admirable characteristics that put us ancients to shame--I like to think you have a passion to protect the environment. You know, the one we messed up. Ecological passion is an underlying theme in much of my writing. It's reflected in two of my books to be published by The Wild Rose Press. In both Island Sting and Turtle Dog, teens in the Florida Keys clean up their environment and wage war on criminals who are destroying endangered species.
I spent the month of February in the Florida Keys researching, studying, writing, and promoting my work. Later this week, I'll share some of my adventures, as well as tidbits about an adorable endangered species that lives in a limited area of those unique islands.
I want to hear from all green teens out there. Tell me what you're doing in your family, community, school, or church to live green and/or otherwise care for our environment. I'll collect green teen stories and photos to share on my website and/or newsletter. That's the kind of post I look forward to writing. Good news.