Author Archives: Pam Lazos

About Pam Lazos

writer, blogger, environmentally hopeful

Yes or No?

[eddies in ice © pam lazos] While we wait for the men and women of the U.S. Senate, the world’s greatest deliberative body, to decide today whether the 45th POTUS incited an insurrection in our nation’s capitol on January 6, … Continue reading

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The Sue Vincent Rodeo Is Live

Originally posted on TanGental:
Yes it’s here. it’s a lovely idea and it’s got a prize attached. Read on… It’s time to saddle up and get in line, because the Sue Vincent Rodeo Classic is happening NOW at the Carrot…

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WATWB — Getting Back to Normal?

  I had hoped, probably somewhat naively, that with President Biden’s win in a free and fair election, we in the U.S. could get back to a more normal, less dramatic way of speaking, transacting, cooperating, and interacting with each … Continue reading

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Toilet: A Love Story

Toilet:  A Love Story As comedies go, the lowly toilet has long been the brunt of many a comedic trope, potty humor being the universal go-to language when you need a sure thing.  We laugh at bathroom humor the same … Continue reading

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Are you an EcoPreneur?

FAQs and Resources to Help You Become a Successful EcoPreneur Here at Green Life Blue Water, I’m dedicated to promoting sustainable living and respect for the environment. That is why from time to time, I post information and services from … Continue reading

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Niente di Grave

  [Manciano, Italy circa 1995] Niente di Grave While 2020 will go down as one of the toughest years on record for many of us, I would like to posit that some aspects of it were successful, at least for … Continue reading

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Divining 2021

Divining 2021 If prostitution is the oldest profession and priesthood the second, what is the third?  I’m going to guess divination.   People are a lot like cats. We’re curious and we’ve just got to know:  what’s going on; what’s coming … Continue reading

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Now Returns the Light

And here we are again, coming to the close of a six-month slide into darkness, culminating in the winter solstice, the shortest day of the year in the Northern Hemisphere and one that signifies the return of the coveted light … Continue reading

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CORDELIA STREET: MY NEIGHBORHOOD

  Cordelia Street:  My Neighborhood by Carolyn Mendez It is one of my life’s joys to showcase the great work of a good friend.  When I first met Carolyn some years back at the Rabbit Hill Writer’s Studio she had … Continue reading

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Happy ECO Holidays!

Happy ECO Holidays! If there’s anything the pandemic has taught me it’s that I have too much stuff.    Not a day goes by that I don’t look around my house and notice how many spaces are in need a … Continue reading

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