It’s the last Friday of the month–time again for some good news to take you into October with a smile.
The story I’ve chosen for this month is one that gives hope for the reduction of fossil fuel use in the State of California. And it harnesses the power of a pre-existing engineering wonder to do so.
Click here to read the story.
Here’s how #WATWB works: On the last Friday of each month a number of bloggers participate in a blog hop in which each blogger highlights a story that spreads good news, happiness, and hope.
These are the cohosts for this month: Eric Lahti, Inderpreet Uppal, Shilpa Garg, Sylvia Stein, and Peter Nena.
Want to join? Click this link to sign up and help spread some happiness!
As you may have read if you follow me on Facebook or Instagram, I spent eleven of the past nineteen days in Hawaii. I was so relaxed and unplugged that I forgot–TWICE–to put up blog posts. So I apologize for my absence the past two Tuesdays.
I did get some reading done on vacation, though. I finished Entrance to Nowhere by Marja McGraw. It’s part of her Sandi Webster series, and I loved it. As I write this, I haven’t put a review on Amazon yet, but I will (I promise). It’s a story about the kidnapping of an eccentric billionaire genius for nefarious technological purposes. It kept me turning pages as fast as I could, even though I hated for it to end. I highly recommend this book, along with the other Sandi Webster stories.
Right now I’m reading–are you ready for this?–The Cape May County New Jersey Magazine of History and Genealogy from June, 1955. It’s research for Cape Island Menace and it’s fascinating.
What are you reading? I hope you’ll share your current reads with the rest of us.
Until next time,