I do look up some random thinks, here are some nice juicy data pages to keep me amused for a few minutes, try typing in Geomacro Delineation and you get about 10 pages of clever stuff. All I am concerned is that this information is used correctly regarding the Energy consumption flow charts.
Well I just did a bit of squggly line language in my shed, which looks OK. I might go and colour it in later. I like Rainbow Writing as well. I have never tried doing it, I might have a go one of these days.
I suppose we all learned a very good lesson here, It is love that makes the world go round, not money!
I would love to get some felt boots that are made in Russia, What I could realy do with is some slippers as well. I wonder if someone will start importing them here. I think I might cut up an old, slightly moth eaten sheepskin I bought a couple of years ago from the charity shop and make myself some slippers today. I might see how many pairs I can make out of them. We are getting ready to send shoe box aid out to Romania again, and I love the idea of making some dinky little slippers to go in my shoe box.
There was one winter a few years ago where we were going through oil like we were running a power station. I am sure it wasn't being syphoned off. We then found the next winter, which was very cold... the tank hardly went down at all. I turned round to my Husband and said the the paralell universe us, that we lived in last year must have used all our oil and we were getting our own back!
Anyway, let's stop being silly and renew all the infrastructure, get some crops back in the ground, and get everybody doing something they love doing again rather than working in soul-less grinding slavery, just for the love of money and the things it represents to us.
People so often misquote the Bible. 'It is the love of money that is the root of all evil'.
This is why we are asked to give the firstfruits to God, our ten per cent tithe to benifit others in the world, (When correctly managed) is sufficient to take care of those who can't care for themselves. The other ninety per cent is what we get to enjoy, and this strangely multiplies beyond any rational equation...