I am doing a great deal better today after seeing the doctor. He prescribed Prozac for me to add to the Wellbutrin I have been taking which is a pretty weak anti-depressant I guess. So why had he never done this before? Well, to be fair he gave me Lexapro to try a long time ago but it nauseated me so badly, I couldn’t take it. Wow, what a difference. This is what happened to me the first time I got an anti-depressant which was Paxil. It made a world of difference right away which still amazes me. I have quite a weird brain I guess, but I am thankful for medicines that do help control severe depression.
I am working on my article right now and was looking up more information about the problem with trash in our oceans and beaches when I came across a couple of very disturbing videos. In one, a group of people on a boat removed a drinking straw from a sea turtle’s nostril. It was awful, but I am so glad they found this turtle and helped it. Hopefully, it didn’t have any problems breathing after they released it. In the other one a group of people found a sea turtle on a beach and pulled a plastic fork out of its nostril! Don’t worry; I didn’t post those two!
Trash is such a huge problem for our ocean’s and beaches! Plastics in general that are not recycled or disposed of properly are injuring and killing wildlife all over the world. This is what my article is about in reference to sea turtles’ livelihood.
So…when I came across THIS video, I just had to share it. These little babies were fortunate enough to have a man come along and find them up in the brush on a beach and wandering around trying to find their way out of it. They were crawling UP the beach away from the water.
Just listen to this man’s excitement and compassion! If you love wildlife of any kind, I think you will like this. Enjoy.
Thank you to all of you who are keeping me in your prayers. You are greatly appreciated. And…enjoy your Thanksgiving tomorrow!
Have a wonderful day, and give someone you love a big hug! 🙂
Here is my fourth painting in a series of seven sea turtle paintings. I am working on painting the seven different types of sea turtles. The three types of sea turtles I have left to do are: the Flatback, the Kemp’s Ridley, and the Olive Ridley. Yesterday I finally finished a painting I started about a week ago.
Close-up of the Mama Loggerhead