|Today was library day. Maya seemed to be in a mood|
|Happy Hour last night: mango margarita. yum.|
|Daniel requested lego sets for his birthday. Oliver would assemble each piece and then Daniel would play with them|
|Daniel stretching while Oliver works|
Ah so you may be sitting on a gold mine.Will you move to a Beverly Hills Mansion with a big cement pond ala Jed Clampett? Well even if oil has been found, sleazy oil companies have their ways of accounting such that you will never see much of the profits. As soon as the powers-that-be plug up one loophole, another way to cheat the landowners is found. And what happens if the oil company goes bankrupt? Who fills in all those holes?
This is not fracking, we've been told so presumably the aquifer is safe from these wells. I assume we in the city are safe from these operations. But to me, it just doesn't seem right that a corporation can take what is yours for profit.
So it seems that faulty septic fields and questionable aquifers aren't the only thing to worry about outside the city limits
Days of rain and thunder though a short reprieve this morning good for a run. Should have bicycled yesterday as rain is in the forecast for the next 4-5 days. I took Maya to the library but she refused to participate in the group activities and just sat frozen. I did take her and Tessa to the park later.