Deforestation deep sigh

While on my way to get #1 son, I noticed a doe with 2 fawn trying to cross the road. I yelled to her, “No!” I said a prayer for the drivers behind me to see them also and continued on my way.

The confusion that permeated from the doe was palpable. She’d probably grown up in the forest that was on the other side of the road.

The trees are now gone. They are being removed to build yet another subdivision. This one by Pulte.

I’ve taken pictures however I’m not certain of how to post them here. It’s sad and ugly. I must say that I’ve seen the entire heard together close by, but it’s just not the same.

The deforestation has also displaced turtles, snakes, armadillo, possum, and I’m certain that native plants have also been destroyed.

I’ll post the pictures when I figure out how. Just know that kids are sad and comment on the ugly each time we pass it.

Published by THEMrsSearcy

I wrote my very first novel in the third grade. I remember that it went the way of most loaned one of a kind books written in a ringed notebook. Many years later I lost yet another one that very same way. I no longer "loan" any of my original manuscripts. I'm presently working to finish each and everything I've started by the summer. There truly isn't any reason why I can't achieve that goal. It's been far too, no comments Cece Buffie... I know Girl. My Ace Boon... well you know LOVE YOU, LADY! I am happily married with children, a dog, and a turtle.

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