l\'empress - 2010-06-05 15:43:15
You are no more guilty (probably less, since you take the time to think about it) than the rest of the nation. There isn't a whole lot we can do, except try not to drive as much. But our lives are spread over wide areas; there's a limit to how far one can walk or bike. And, I think, pray.
L\'Empress\'s UD, Rebekah - 2010-06-10 01:32:28
When we're already spread too thin, our hearts are tugged in all directions by what's wrong with this world. And then: The BP Oil spilldisaster. I really need to start riding my tricycle to work. I've missed you and was thrilled when L'Empress said you were writing again. I've added you to my Google feed. I remember the day I began your journal and read every single entry over the course of several great hours.
Carla - 2010-06-19 00:22:41
I understand what you're saying. I feel guilty that we moved to the town we live in because it's not close to any stores or anything. I would walk if I could, but the closest grocery store is 15 miles away and getting there on foot or by bike with five kids isn't going to work. I also feel that guilt when I use anything plastic. As much as I'd like to avoid using it at all, so much stuff has plastic in it and so much of that plastic can't be recycled. So I just keep on wasting, and hoping to do better next time.

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