Author Archives: Pam Lazos

About Pam Lazos

writer, blogger, environmentally hopeful

PFAS Traps – #WATWB

#WATWB — Self Assembling PFAS Traps In a world where the news gets worse every day, where words like quarantining and self-isolating have become part of our everyday jargon, and where environmental degradation seems to be the least of our … Continue reading

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A Gallant Man

A Gallant Man I’ll never get used to this death thing.  You would think by now we should be buds,  or at least on cordial terms, having lost both my parents, a baby brother, all my grandparents, uncles, cousins, friends, … Continue reading

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What Forever Looks Like

I looked at my calendar the other morning, the one that hangs inside the pantry door, the family calendar where we used to keep track of soccer games, teacher conferences and kid meetups, of graduation ceremonies and parties, of our … Continue reading

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Bountiful Calling

Here’s another voice to add to that ever more urgent call for action on behalf of planet earth — Fred Burton, and his novel, Bountiful Calling. Bountiful Calling:  A Novel Praise for Bountiful Calling: “Perhaps the most important benefit of … Continue reading

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13th — Why Words Matter

  13th — Why Words Matter 13th is a powerful look at systemic racism and what is being called the criminalization of an entire sector of society.  Nominated in 2017 for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature, 13th is … Continue reading

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World Environment Day — When Will Dawn Arrive?

Balance for the planet and all its inhabitants, starts with good environmental stewardship. If you love the mother, you wouldn’t disrespect one of her creations, right? Everyday is a new beginning, a chance to start again. Isn’t it time to … Continue reading

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#WATWB — Needleworkers Unite!

It’s the last Friday of the month which means it’s time to share the good news on — #WATWB — a monthly good news blogging trip around the world. May we all be energized and rejuvenated by the good news.  … Continue reading

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Jack Hughes & Thomas the Rhymer

  One of my favorite things about being a blogger is the community of like-minded individuals, befriended over the years, who support one another in both writing and life.  The camaraderie we share when one of us reaches a milestone, … Continue reading

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Happy Mother’s Day

  Happy Mother’s Day! There was a time shortly after my mother died a little over four years ago that I didn’t think I’d ever be able to enjoy Mother’s Day again, missing her as I was and knowing that … Continue reading

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Love in the Time of Corona — Fitness First

[Happy baby, Apollo-style] Love in the Time of Corona — Fitness First Everyone knows that the most successful fitness regimes aren’t relegated to the body alone, but to mind and spirit as well.  That’s why during these Days of Isolation … Continue reading

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