What do we do now?
Is Climate Engineering a Curse or a Conspiracy?
Once upon a time this kind of stuff would have been
a good apocalyptic movie or book.
Now it’s more reality than those with eyes closed
want to acknowledge.
The above is what my garden looked
like last year when everything died
and quit growing after continually
The above is what my garden and
Plants looked liked the previous year.
And this was the previous year before one above
with bees present.
What do we do now?
More specifically what am I going to do!
This is the snow outside with
Little Thor running on the path
The snow still looks just as high
as in this picture even though this snow
fell on January 8th. To walk on the
snow is interesting. It’s not soft
and one doesn’t sink in. It’s hard
even with temperatures being warm.
Today it’s almost 50 degrees.
My mind is boggled and playing
in the snow isn’t going to happen
I refuse to be defeated! I am
learning all I can and looking for
solutions. Investigating and
sharing Dane’s work on Geoengineering
so you and others can be aware and
choose to pay attention or not. This
day and age to acknowledge anything
that doesn’t look like the ‘normal’ of
days past makes one a conspiracy theorist.
Normalcy Bias is alive and well and even
in some prepper groups.
I know God never fails us and always has
a plan so I’m trusting Him for wisdom daily.
I’m taking courses through a very trusted
sources on Permaculture, Geoff Lawton
and I keep asking questions and searching.
Sadly no one shares much about Geoengineering
of weather and no one answers my questions so
Sorry not real thrilling news to share in this post
but if we don’t speak out and address problems
facing us I think we block finding solutions someone(s)
If we’re preparing for whatever comes then we
have to deal with whatever comes too.
May the remainder of your day be a good one.
May you be hopeful and not discouraged but
fully awake and walking forward in preparing
one step at a time.
Until next time….
Let the Peace of Jesus Rule, Stay Focused
and Keep Preparing One Step at a Time