erinsjoy Some fun new thingies coming your way. Stay tuned. 2d

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erinsjoy Walked down to watch the sunset and stumbled upon this stoic kickboard wielding creature. #wetratt #bodywhompin #whaleyswonkywatercraft @mikeyratt69 1w

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erinsjoy My plans for the evening. 1w

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erinsjoy Day 7/100 Leaving day-glo fingerprints. #100daysoferinsjoy #100dayproject #blacklight #spreadlight 3w

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erinsjoy Typical. Happy birthday @flowershopenc 4w

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erinsjoy Day 6/100 #100daysoferinsjoy #100dayproject The infinite nature of energy. ∞ 4w

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erinsjoy This lady has a heart that's always loved me at my worst and celebrated with me at my best. So lucky to have her. Happy birthday Amy! Can't wait for the festivities later. @flowershopenc 4w

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erinsjoy Repost from @_korduroy_ --------> Dead whale washes up at Trestles… What does it mean, and what can we learn from this incident that may shed light on the state of our climate and oceans? // It’s no surprise that a massive dead whale washed up at Trestles has drawn so much attention. Among the articles I’ve read online, some consider ways to remove the whale, others speculate on the causes for its stranding or the implications for surfers who may be at increased risk from sharks. Regardless of which headline catches your eye or what news source you trust or prefer, here’s a few general things to consider: Whale stranding’s are not uncommon, each is unique depending on the species, sea temperature, sonar, prevailing wind, season, natural causes, injury or attack, contours of the seafloor, pollution (noise and other), toxins, and physiology of the affected whale. With this in mind, there are a few salient points that we can draw from this event: Strandings are on the on rise, which is partly due to an increase in efforts to identify and document strandings; In 17, 18 or 1950 there were far fewer people recording such events. Until a necropsy is done, the media and scientific community can offer speculation as to its cause of death, nothing more. It’s best to drag dead whales to sea or let them be, as an entire community coastal and benthic organisms rely heavily on whale carcasses and falls (when a dead whale sinks to the ocean floor). While taking selfies with the dead whale seems like a popular way to engage with the event, let’s instead take this as an opportunity to think about how our lifestyles affect whales, how our plastic rich lifestyles are choking our planet, and the stomachs and fatty tissues of organisms we share our planet with. Consider that at the very least, unknowns and hypotheses aside, that our planet is changing, and that we are in the midst of a rapidly unfolding mass-extinction unlike any Earth has experienced. And most importantly, remember that our actions today and tomorrow will directly affect the fate of our planet. By @Charles_Post // photo via @aventure21 1mon

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erinsjoy Catching up on #100daysoferinsjoy Day 5/100
As per the request of @starshinesparkle for a whale animation and in a coincidentally timely fashion to honor the beached whale at Lower Trestles. We need to pay attention to the health of our entire planet, including that which exists outside the tiny bubble of our individual lives. #everythingisconnected #awareness #sorryyouweresick #plasticpollution #100dayproject
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erinsjoy Dearly beloved... Day 3/100 was a sorrowful day. #prince #100dayproject #100daysoferinsjoy 1mon

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erinsjoy Day 1/100 Sometimes you have to #justbreathe #the100dayproject #100daysoferinsjoy 1mon

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erinsjoy Found out about this little gem just in the nick of time. I'm choosing to focus on the realm of spirituality via illustration and stop motion. This will certainly be a challenge for me but I hope it strengthens my capacity for vulnerability. #the100dayproject #100daysoferinsjoy 1mon

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erinsjoy Logo design project. Email for inquiries: erinjoy@rocketmail.com 2mon

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erinsjoy Met some rather interesting ruminants last weekend. 2mon

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erinsjoy @stephweedman This is what you're supposed to do with it right? 3mon

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