CELEBRATE SUMMER


You’re wondering what this post celebrating summer has to do with saving our seas, best cialis cialis there right?

After reading the narrative below and watching Louis Armstrong sing “It’s a Wonderful World” –one more time, capsule I asked myself: would the jazz man from New Orleans still think it’s a wonderful world after two recent disasters in his beloved state? The breaking of the levies during Katrina , and now the rupture of BP’s oil pipe have broken many spirits along with many livelihoods. Will the people of the Gulf be able to sing once again “It’s a Wonderful World”? I hope they do, sooner rather than later, assuming we ALL make a commitment to save our seas. We will be able to do this once we are truly GRATEFULL for our beautiful and plentiful seas.

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“Sun-drenched days and starlit nights.

 

 A perfect summer day is when the sun is shining, the breeze is blowing, and the birds are singing.

  I AM SO GRATEFUL for the lazy, hazy days of summer.

 The click of croquet balls rebound across manicured turf,

The cool tingle of a root beer floot satisfies a deep thirst,

Straw bonnets tug against their ribbons on a breezy day,

And barbershop quartets harmonize in the good old summertime.

 I AM SO GRATEFUL for relaxing under an oak tree.

 A bird’s sweet song murmurs in my ears,

Children’s laughter drifts through the air,

Before dozing off for an afternoon siesta

I think to myself, “It’s a wonderful world.”

YES, IT’S A WONDERFUL WORLD!

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