When I first started this blog I wasn't really sure what it was going to be. I tried out a couple different things, one of them being a Photo Series. Basically I posted a string of pictures that were same same, but different.
In three years I've only managed to post ten, the last one in March 2007.
These photos of me digging a hole behind the hospital screamed Photo Series to me.
Susan Schorr, who left today after living on Saipan for 21 years, asked me to help her plant a tree at the hospital.
We planted a pink tacoma from the CNMI Forestry nursery. I was lucky enough to dig the hole.
After we planted this tree we drove over to the library and planted 9 more trees with her daughter Zoe, who has been a great Beautify CNMI volunteer over the last year.
I am really sorry to see them leave, but I'm getting used to saying goodbye. They are part of a growing flood of people escaping to greener pastures.
Last week the CNMI lost Bree, Doug, Litcelle, and Helena. This week we lost Susan and Zoe. Next week we're losing EJ.
Bad economies suck.