Author Archives: pjlazos

About pjlazos

writer, blogger, environmentally hopeful

The Lee Harper Interview

Lee Harper is a picture book author and illustrator from Doylestown, Pennsylvania best known for his whimsical illustrations for the best-selling Turkey Trouble series and just so happens to be the husband of one of my favorite traveling companions, his … Continue reading

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Home Sustainable Home — #WATWB

  [p.s. pre-script — apologies to all you #WATWB peeps.  I must have checked the Mayan Calendar when I thought this month’s post was on the 24th!  If you want to put this aside until the 31st and come back and … Continue reading

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A Prompt Prompt Prompted Me Promptly

A Prompt Prompt Prompted Me Promptly I’ve been working on a novel for awhile now and I’m stuck, bored, out-to-lunch, spinning in tight circles, totally ’round the bend, all of the above.  It could be that my youngest child leaves … Continue reading

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One Year Later

And now a word from my sister on her life as of late: One Year Later…  It has been a little over a year since I married my safari guide husband. We’ve known each other for almost 2 1/2 years, … Continue reading

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Casualties of (a trade) War

We live in a time when life has stopped making sense, when world leaders have become interchangeable talking heads, when corruption and greed seem to be getting even the best of us (because they’ve always been getting the worst of … Continue reading

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WATWB — Power to the People

It all started with Solar Freakin’ Roadways here in the U.S., a system of replacing asphalt and other impervious surfaces with solar panels.  If all the roadways in the U.S. were converted to solar, we’d generate three times as much … Continue reading

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Welcome, Grandmother

[photo of my grandmother, my mother and her siblings, circa 1940]   Welcome, Grandmother My mother did not have a green thumb.  Growing up, we had maybe three houseplants, the one, a Philodendron that hung in the living room, its … Continue reading

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