This blog doubles for me as a journal / scrapbook of things I want to note, want to share, want to easily find again... Just reading aloud from NY Times Book Review... "One Hundred Names For Love, A Stroke, a Marriage, and the Language of Healing," by Diane Ackerman, a naturalist, who writes,
"...In the avian world, it sometimes happens that two fine-feathered mates duet to produce a characteristic song, with each singing their part so seamlessly that it's easy to confuse the melody as the work of only one bird. If one dies, the song splinters and ends. Then, quite often, the mournful other bird begins singing both parts to keep the whole song alive. Without realizing it, I found myself taking over Paul's old role of house song sparrow and began making up silly ditties to share..."
--NY Times, Book Review, Sun., April 17, 2011, p. 14
Causes Robert Sward Supports
Audubon Society, National Geographic, "Green," the Environment, SPCA...