Rita Walker (Blog Fourteen):  By Dan Watt and Taylor Norris

As she drives home from the college the sky is dark and clear.  A song she hasn’t heard in a long time comes on.  Chalk Circle’s “This Mourning” gets her tapping her hands against the steering wheel.  It reminds her why Kaneki needs to go back to Centre Earth.

Rita Walker (Blog Thirteen):  By Dan Watt and Taylor Norris

Rita Walker (Blog Thirteen):  By Dan Watt and Taylor Norris The type of soil and climate found in a particular area will determine what plants will grow best in that location.  In Brantford the soil is mostly Luvisolic:  a mixture of clay, silt, and sand.  Clayey Gleysolic and Gray Brown Luvisolic are the main soilsContinue reading “Rita Walker (Blog Thirteen):  By Dan Watt and Taylor Norris”

Rita Walker (Blog Twelve):  By Dan Watt and Taylor Norris

Rita places the potted weeping willow branch into the back of her car.  With loving care she hopes it will grow.  Either in the fall or in the spring she will plant it on the schools lawn.

Rita Walker (Blog Ten):  By Dan Watt and Taylor Norris

n the morning Rita showers off the sweat from her struggle not to change from the night before.  As the water pours over her she glances at her hands and up her left arm where the tattoos line up as a totem pole would. 

Rita Walker (Blog Nine):  By Dan Watt and Taylor Norris

Airmid caresses one of the herbs with a long green leaf that’s furry on the surface.  “Sage can be used for memory improvement, digestive problems, and more.”

Rita Walker (Blog Eight):  By Dan Watt and Taylor Norris

“You are ready to learn the Change child,” Ailbe told her in a rich Irish accent.  “And though you are mostly from me you will also be the Gatherer of others from the other Ancients. 

Rita Walker (Blog Seven):  By Dan Watt and Taylor Norris

She clenches her eyelids closed knowing the Sturgeon moon is trying to pierce its silver light through her curtains.

Rita Walker (Blog Six):  By Dan Watt and Taylor Norris

Rita Walker (Blog Six):  By Dan Watt and Taylor Norris An interesting twist.  The Haida believe that animals are more intelligent than humans and can transform into human form.  If you are from the Haida it would be good to hear from you.   Why have we included Indio’s (Gordon Peterson) song Hard Sun?  We’ll leaveContinue reading “Rita Walker (Blog Six):  By Dan Watt and Taylor Norris”

Rita Walker (Blog Five):  By Dan Watt and Taylor Norris

Rita has to contemplate Zsofia’s question.  She realizes perfect posture represents the melding of nature with technology.  “Mother Earth is always changing, evolving.  Now technology is evolving closer to nature.  Engineers have started experimenting making computer parts with living material.”

Rita Walker (Blog Two):  By Dan Watt and Taylor Norris

“I am so glad the college agreed to give you one of the newly built rooms to teach your course on Environmental Technology…