Imagine there's no countries
It isn't hard to do
Nothing to kill or die for
And no religion too
Imagine all the people
Living life in peace

Donnerstag, 11. März 2010


Oooh well, this has been quite some time since my last post....but I m feeling torn, wasn't really in the mood for being too creative! Hubby KH is having a bad day today; he feels like being eaten up by the monster inside of him. Tomorrow there will be a discussion in hospital about the very status quo of his illness...the entire situation is frustrating, but we carry on.....I have not done too much in regard of needleworks; just one easy hat and a halfdone in rosehip colours, which I love for accessories. Besides I watch the Iditarod in Alaska by webcam and online in general. Since 30 years I wish to go there to see it live, but after many visits to Canada and the US I still havn't made it upthere. Not all is good and beautiful there! See my last picture in this post! It is new and I found it in one of the Alaskan blogs I read constantly. This is hard to cope with and I wrote this small comment: If you want a kitty why don't you just shoot one? Iron trapping is history and not necessary nowadays; it is pure torture to a mammal. A beautiful animal suffers for trivial items to be made out of its fur...!
Always loved your blog and read it, but this is sort of heartbreaking!

2 Kommentare:

Torhild Reidardatter hat gesagt…

Hi Bea.
I could not agree more- barbaric way of getting a wild animal to suffer. When you have seen them alive in the wild it feels heartbreaking to know people do this kind of thing.
Love your square hat-:

Nan hat gesagt…

Hello Bea,
I too read that blog you visited. I live in Alaska but not in a native village so life is more like you are used to. Check out my blog Retired in Alaska and see. I was terribly upset after reading about the trapping. I know from being here now for 9 years that it goes on. There are many things that go on here that are not pretty but I've had to learn to take it as there is nothing I can do to change it and the people who grew up here justify all they do as they look at it entirely different from you and I.
I can't help but think trapping is the cruelest thing you can do to an animal but that is my opinion and many here would argue with me so be it then. Nan