Writings by Sandra Harrison including published and unpublished works of poetry, essays, children's and adult fiction and non-fiction work..
Seems that many people are not prepared for a disaster that comes in many forms but we are all just one step away from one. No one seems to save or lives within their means to properly prepare. I had 3 rolls of toilet… Continue Reading “Being Prepared for Emergencies”
Our World is upside down, Pandemic upside down. Everywhere people have gotten sick and many have died. Lessons to be learned but many refusing to be schooled. Are people this stupid, ignorant or foolish? If wearing a mask saves lives, why oh, why not… Continue Reading “Pandemic Scared”
Entry is updated section on “County Seat” of White Plains, New York: A City of Contrasts: COUNTY SEAT: On Feb 4, 1758, Westchester’s court house was destroyed by fire. It was in the former Town of Westchester (West Chester) in what is now the Bronx. White… Continue Reading “Westchester County Seat and Government”
The waste and destruction of the earth is a result of human over population. Our massive waste is polluting our lands and seas. Oxygen decreases in our oceans and the ingesting of pollutants by sea animals are killing sea life. People live in places… Continue Reading “Earth’s Natural Purge”
Overcoming barriers to our survival are often up to us. The choices and decisions we make are often up to us. But often it is our minds or physical ability that prevent us from taking action. Our emotions and physical limitations often get in… Continue Reading “Breaking Barriers”
When you look around? Do you see what you want to see or what is really there? I see a world that others don’t want to seeA world of hate, evil, and grime.
During the Pandemic of 2020, NY was put on “pause” with the Matilda Law innacted by Governor Cuomo during a State Emergency. It started in March with the most stringent closings on March 22. Governor extended the May 16 reopening till June 6 with… Continue Reading “Lessons Learned from NY Pandemic Shut Down of 2020”
Caring for Mother Earth is work but it can also save you money. Organizing one’s “stuff” is important to cut waste, make room for other things and to find things when you have a need. Knowing you have enough of the things you need… Continue Reading “Reducing/Reusing/Recycling Advice/Tricks to Help Mother Earth”
So you want to make a change? A personal change? A change in your community? The nation or the world? Enacting change that sustains the test of time? “Gotta start with the man in the mirror!” Take a long look at yourself. Think! Start… Continue Reading “Making Change”
To “Citizens to be Heard” a City activist group.
Posted on July 18, 2021 by sandraharrison1954
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Wow, don’t understand what this group’s purpose is for anymore. Got attacked on their Facbook Group for wanting my neighborhood of Eastview to be as nice as the rest of the City. It is full of shopping carts, traffic from car dealer, litter, dumped… Continue Reading “To “Citizens to be Heard” a City activist group.”
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