Romance Weekly

Standard

 

RRW

This week’s question comes from the amazing Jenna Da Sie:

If you inherited a bunch of undeveloped land, what would you do with it?

The question evoked an image of miles of sweet green grass stretching out to the horizon, the smell of rich black earth and pops of bright color from wildflowers. The possibilities are endless. But, there is one thing close to my heart that this land would serve. (After holding a fundraiser, of course).

stock-photo-caged-monkey-378565255                             stock-photo-sad-dirty-dog-black-and-white-on-fence-110881364

There are so many animals with terrible lives who have been in captivity or ignored or face death every day. Imagine a place where they could go and roam unfettered.

stock-photo-elephant-in-the-zoo-145195219

Yes, the various species would have to be separated, but with a bunch of land, that wouldn’t be a problem. I think of animals that have never tasted freedom, who have never been without a cage or chains. It is so unfair. Humans are supposed to be stewards, not jailers. So, short of being able to give all the animals loving homes, freedom would be so much better than chains and bars.

I know it’s not practical, but it is possible and if I had lots of undeveloped land —that would be my choice for it.

014 - Copy     Yes, this is how it’s supposed to be…….

 

Let’s see what the incredible Brenda Margriet would choose to do….

http://www.brendamargriet.com/blog

Advertisements

One thought on “Romance Weekly

  1. jbdsie

    What a great idea to have land for animals! We’ve taken it from them, it would be nice to give some back. Great blog! 🙂

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s