S is for Save our Planet
Many people believe Planet Earth is indestructible. Earth may be shatterproof, if that is their idea of indestructible; or staunch, solid, and steadfast.
What I advocate for Earth Day is that everyone treat the planet as they do their own special private corner of the world, whether a bedroom, den, office, or a park bench under an old oak tree.
Pick up after yourself
Use what you need but don’t waste
And buy a few eBooks in place of print books to help save a tree
Yes, trees are planted regularly to replace those cut down for making more houses and tables and school books and dressers and other necessities of the planet. The deforestation that caused the Great Peshtigo Firestorm of 1871 (more hellacious than the concurrent Chicago fire - Chicago just had better SEO to garner more attention at the time) is a thing of the past.
Are we small creatures capable of melting Greenland?
Could fracking cause devastating earthquakes?
Will our Sun become a red planet and cause Earth to disintegrate?
Today is Earth Day.
To encourage the reading of non-pulp fiction,
I am offering my eBook, DEADLY AS NATURE,