"twist me a crown of wind-flowers, that I may fly away!" ~ Christina Rossetti
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Oh, how I love those snow-covered trees!! And, the bird, is he going to eat that soap???By the way, re your previous post on Carleton students, I sent an e-mail to the president and a copy to the students. Let me know what happens. Hugs, M.
I hope one day if you visit Thunder Bay, marja-leena, that you can visit our surroundings here, too!Merche, let me tell you something about my mother. That is not soap. My mother re-uses all manners of stuff in her own way; that green shelf the bluejay is perching on is a plastic lid of some sort. There is no soap there. Beside it, is the covered bird feeder my mother made for the chickadees and pine siskins (who the bluejay scares away) out of an old Clementine orange box and blue duct tape. Great to send the letter! Isn't it outrageous that their posters were banned by the administration, yet, as their email notes, when 50plus professors asked the administration to condemn the bombing of the university in Gaza, that was refused. I also sent their call to the Lakehead University newspaper, asking them to publish it so more students know that their rights of free speech are not so free at the university.
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