Lately I have been tuning into National Geographic with all this rain coming in after a very alarmingly hot year. Chris’ mom texted us upon hearing news of flooding, followed by “They say this rain may end the drought”?. To note they live in Florida, and so this is what they are hearing from their news source. My love quickly rebutted a text back saying, Not likely as we have been in a drought for eight years and one rainy winter is not going to rebuild that much ice pack.
Just to note, we do not own a television, we spend time nature with a feeling, or into NPR and whenever we decide check in on line. Even with this, I realize how much more we have to do, how much we have to seek out the right resources to know what is really happening with our climate change and how impactful it will be to our future.
Tuning in further to Nat Geo this past week I saw a sweet little story of a man who lives in the wilderness alone and has been journaling the snow and rain impact over the last 40 years.
Check this video... Seeing this video warmed my heart and made me think of people out there who are really in the thick of nature, what they must be feeling.